Mental Health and Human Rights

Thursday, April 28, 2005

In this week's Underreported feature, Eric Rosenthal, the founder and executive director of Mental Disability Rights International, talks about international approaches to mental health. In many places, the mentally ill endure horrible treatment and live in subhuman conditions, yet some feel that this is being overlooked by human rights organizations.

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