European Network of ex- Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (ENUSP)
1991 Zandvoort Netherlands
Founded 1991, Zandvoort (Netherlands), at first European Conference for Users and Ex-Users in Mental Health, following decision of survivors in the Netherlands in 1990 to form a European wide networking of organizations of (former) psychiatric patients. Former title: European Network of Users and Ex-Users in Mental Health. Received legal recognition in 1998.
Promote and improve human rights of users, ex-users and survivors of psychiatry / people with psychosocial disabilities; fight for equal rights, freedom of choice and users/survivor participation; promote self-help and user/survivor controlled alternatives to psychiatry and against abuse and coercion.
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General Meeting (if possible, every 2 years at Conference); Board; Task Forces.
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