International Network Towards Alternatives and Rights-Based Supports
INTAR’s mission is to identify and promote effective, non-coercive, rights-based alternatives and supports that contribute towards establishing a new paradigm that displaces the biomedical psychiatric system.
INTAR does this by facilitating the networking of psychiatric survivors, advocates, and progressive practitioners around the world who are committed to this goal, by sharing educational resources, research findings, and first-hand experiences with people and organizations who are similarly engaged.
Liverpool UK 2014
Power to communities: healing through social justice” was the title of the 2014 conference.
Toronto CA 2011
Challenging Our Understanding of Psychosis and Exploring Alternatives for Recovery.
New York USA 2009
Rethinking Psychiatric Crisis: Alternative Responses to “First Breaks”.
Toronto CA 2008
Action on Alternatives Critical and Creative Exploration of Leading Edge Approaches ...
Gabriola Island CA 2007
Alternatives; Organization and structure; and Dissemination and outreach.
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