Reports

May 2013

Amnesty International Ireland and Mental Health Reform commissioned this independent report in order to provide an economic assessment of the progress on implementation of A Vision for Change, which set out a programme of radical reform of the provision of mental health services in Ireland.

Ireland

May 2013

Amnesty International Ireland and Mental Health Reform commissioned this independent report in order to provide an economic assessment of the progress on implementation of A Vision for Change, which set out a programme of radical reform of the provision of mental health services in Ireland.

Mental Health

Amnesty International Ireland co-hosted a conference with the Centre for Disability Law and Policy, NUI Galway, exploring how the new capacity legislation should include supported decision-making in theory and practice.

Ireland

Amnesty International Ireland co-hosted a conference with the Centre for Disability Law and Policy, NUI Galway, exploring how the new capacity legislation should include supported decision-making in theory and practice.

Mental Health

November 2012

Amnesty International has compiled a detailed report in response to the publication of the interim review of the Mental Health Act 2001.

Ireland

November 2012

Amnesty International has compiled a detailed report in response to the publication of the interim review of the Mental Health Act 2001.

Mental Health

October 2012

Amnesty International Ireland convened a 'Citizens’ Jury' to inform the Government’s proposals to introduce capacity legislation to replace the Lunacy Act of 1871, which is still law in Ireland.

Ireland

October 2012

Amnesty International Ireland convened a 'Citizens’ Jury' to inform the Government’s proposals to introduce capacity legislation to replace the Lunacy Act of 1871, which is still law in Ireland.

Mental Health