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Since May 2021 INTAR is hosting a series of online dialogues on various aspects of alternatives and rights-based supports.
UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health
This dialogue focuses on the need to reframe dominant punitive and biomedical models of community safety and well-being and suggest possible futures: state control of populations through medicalization, coercion and social surveillance; or participatory, rights-based approaches that place social justice at its core.
The professionalization of peer support in the USA: A cautionary tale.
How it all began |
Reflections on the dangerous stage of peer support evolution in the USA |
Mutuality or more of the same? |
Opportunities and indignities in the employment of trained peer workers |
Professionalization of peer support and micro aggressions.
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