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  • Organisation

    Indonesian Mental Health Association (IMHA) is an organisation that focuses on the promotion of the rights of persons with mental health and psychosocial disabilities. IMHA foresees a future in which all rights and full freedom of persons with mental and psychosocial disabilities are realised. They advocate the practice of inclusion and its manifestation in all national policies and laws in Indonesia.

    • Organisation

      Indonesian Mental Health Association (IMHA) is an organisation that focuses on the promotion of the rights of persons with mental health and psychosocial disabilities. IMHA foresees a future in which all rights and full freedom of persons with mental and psychosocial disabilities are realised. They advocate the practice of inclusion and its manifestation in all national policies and laws in Indonesia.

    • Project

      Becoming Disability Rights Defenders project ensures that women with psychosocial disability are activists who are willing and able to stand up for themselves and for other women, particularly for those who suffer similar situations. This is through intensive trainings, direct involvement in advocacy, lobbying, and campaign activities, and building relationships with other disablity movements and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), the project develops the women’s capacity to be advocates and rights defenders, build their self-awareness on discrimination and violence they face, provide knowledge, skills, and experience in pushing for disabled person’s rights, develop leadership, and connect them both with cross-disability movements and mainstream women’s movements. As these transpire, the project ensures the direct involvement of the women from planning to campaigning and lobbying.

  • Project

    Becoming Disability Rights Defenders project ensures that women with psychosocial disability are activists who are willing and able to stand up for themselves and for other women, particularly for those who suffer similar situations. This is through intensive trainings, direct involvement in advocacy, lobbying, and campaign activities, and building relationships with other disablity movements and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), the project develops the women’s capacity to be advocates and rights defenders, build their self-awareness on discrimination and violence they face, provide knowledge, skills, and experience in pushing for disabled person’s rights, develop leadership, and connect them both with cross-disability movements and mainstream women’s movements. As these transpire, the project ensures the direct involvement of the women from planning to campaigning and lobbying.

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