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Gabor Gombos written submission to India Mental Health Care Bill 2013 published!

October 11, 2013
SAM_0182India is scheduled to pass the Mental Health Care Bill. A Standing Committee has been set up to receive responses from communities and ‘all stakeholders’. From Bapu Trust and other associated organisations, submissions were made challenging the de-criminalisation of suicide and the overall highly coercive nature of the MHC Bill. 

 

Gabor Gombos, who has had and continues to have more than a passing interest in the Indian disability discourse, has written to the Parliamentary Standing Committee.This has been warmly been received by Bapu Trust and allies and has been submitted today to the Standing Committee on the Mental Health Care Bill. Bhargavi Davar of Bapu Trust comments: “I am privileged to share this with this group.I enjoyed the precision of the presentation, and the insights that Gabor has brought to our support as a former UNCRPD committee member.Thanks, Gabor! Warmest regards, and ever grateful”
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