A CCHR traveling exhibit that opened in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside ushers in a crusade to save Canada’s First Nations from the rampage of psychiatric abuse.

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CCHR makes their voice heard against electroconvulsive therapy, a psychiatric “treatment” that has never produced evidence of being safe or effective. Today it is being used on children aged five and younger in the name of “help,” and CCHR says, “Stop this abuse!”

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Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida, provides insight into what anyone can do as part of a CCHR chapter against abuse.

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Students at a national nurses convention wholeheartedly appreciate CCHR’s work.

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An outdated Mental Health Act in India receives a long-overdue overhaul, ensuring ECT is not performed on minors and ending other abusive psychiatric practices.

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To protect future generations from falling into the same trap, CCHR chapters held events on International Holocaust Remembrance Day to expose the true source of many Holocaust atrocities.

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Mass shootings make media headlines, yet the psychiatric drugs behind many are conspicuously absent in the articles.

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A BBC documentary poses the question: Are psychotropic drugs behind violence?

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CCHR Tokyo, over a two-year investigation and with a public outcry campaign, compelled the National Ministry of Health to do its job in restraining psychiatric abuse.

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Raz Misgav, father-turned-child-custody attorney, teams up with CCHR Israel to give parents a fighting chance against psychiatric “expert witnesses” and enforced psychotropic drugging of their children.

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Following the Germanwings tragedy, CCHR Germany moved to change aviation policy and hold psychiatrists accountable.

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Two Pennsylvania state representatives introduce a bill to protect children from ECT.

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A king and his people join CCHR, making their voices heard protesting at the World Psychiatric Association’s International Congress, to protect their future generation.

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In a country with one of the highest rates of stimulant drugging of children in the world, CCHR opens an exhibit exposing the truth, inspiring a king to demand a brighter future for his people.

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ECT device manufacturer comes under scrutiny for ignoring patient complaints and for downplaying dangers of “treatment.”

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Psychiatrists taking drug company bribes or promoting false cures now won’t get off easy.

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When Sydney, aged seven, was prescribed psychiatric drugs, she became an “empty vessel.” And she might have remained lost, if not for her sister’s love and relentless quest to bring her back.

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When all looked bleak for the “Aloha State,” CCHR Hawaii flooded the State Capitol with the truth about psychiatric drugs, killing the bill at the eleventh hour.

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