The letter says:
“In 2014, the Council of Europe’s Committee on Bioethics started to work on a protocol with the purpose to “protect the rights of people with mental disorders” subject to involuntary treatment and involuntary placement in psychiatry. This project has been continuously opposed to by a number of stakeholders from the United Nations, the Council of Europe and
Six years later, we, continue to convey our deepest concerns and opposition to the development and adoption of this protocol. This open letter highlights the arguments.”
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