Category: Human Rights

Response to AEC about the Voice Referendum

Human Rights, News

Read the National Mental Health Consumer Alliance's letter to Australian Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers.

Anti-vilification laws should protect us too

Human Rights, News

The Victorian Government is currently conducting an Engage Victoria process around reforming Victoria’s anti-vilification laws. What does this have to do with VMIAC and you? Simon Katterl, a person with

Submission to the Independent Review of Compulsory Treatment…

Human Rights, News, Restrictive Practices

View VMIAC's submission to the Independent Review of Compulsory Treatment and Alignment of Decision-making Laws published Tuesday May 30, 2023.

Joint Letter to the Attorney-General: Victoria’s Anti-vilification Framework

Human Rights, News

Read the joint letter VMIAC co-signed to the Attorney General of Victoria Jaclyn Symes regarding urgent reform of Victoria's anti-vilification framework.

Seclusion Report: How safe is my hospital?

Human Rights, Restrictive Practices, Royal Commission

VMIAC released a report that ranks 23 hospital-based mental health services, from best to worst, based on how often they use ‘seclusion’. Download the report here. Download our media release

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