Realizing the Right to Health: Swiss Human Rights Book Rüffer & Rub  |  June 18, 2009

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The goal of achieving good mental health remains an important global concern, although one that is often overlooked and undermined by policymakers and politicians. Persons living with mental disabilities often face substantial obstacles to improving their mental health and participating fully in their communities and societies. They have been subjected to discrimination, stigmatization, and other indignities, including involuntary confinement without fair process, inability to access needed care and treatment, and the erection of social and economic barriers that limit their opportunities.

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