World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation (WAPR)
Association mondiale pour la réadaptation psychosociale (AMRP)
Asociación Mundial para la Rehabilitación Psicosocial
1986-10-18 Vienne France
Founded as Psychosocial Rehabilitation International, when statutes were adopted; extensive planning meetings having taken place, Apr 1979 and Jan 1980, Geneva (Switzerland), under the auspices of D-XD0415 - International Committee Against Mental Illness (ICAMI) at the offices of the World Health Organization, where a number of key international agencies - International Labour Office, Council of Europe - were represented. In 1980 an informal organization, World Rehabilitation Association for the Psycho-Socially Disabled (WRAPSD), was set up, being responsible for the founding congress of the present organization. Legal recognition in: Chennai (India); Edinburgh (UK); New York State (USA).
Disseminate principles and practices of psychosocial rehabilitation.
Events2021-12-09 | Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – World Congress
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