Law in context (Bundoora, Vic.) ; v. 26, no. 2.
Formatted Contents Note
The Disabilities Convention and its consequences for mental health laws in Australia / Annegret Kämpf From autonomy to dignity : treatment for mental disorders and the focus for patient rights / Mary Donnelly People with psychosocial impairments or conditions, reasonable accommodation and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities / Anna Lawson Supported decision-making and the achievement of non-discrimination : the promise and paradox of the Disabilities Convention / Penny Weller Protecting the integrity of the person : developing limitations on involuntary treatment / Bernadette McSherry Advocacy and participation in mental health cases : realisable rights or pipe-dreams? / Terry Carney ... [et al.] Community treatment orders and human rights / John Dawson.
"Edited from La Trobe University." "Ensuring that mental health laws protect human rights in both theory and practice is an ongoing challenge. This issue explores the effect that the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and other international trends in human rights may have on domestic mental health laws" -- Backcover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.