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In there were 1, of reports submited to the Commission [ 23 ]. Only two of these reports concerned health issues and none was concerned with mental health issues.
In , there were no reports that related to the rights of people with mental illness [ 24 ]. Article 12 of the Covenant recognises the right of everyone to "the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health. The Committee emphasises that the entitlements under Article 12 "include the right to a system of health protection which provides equality of opportunity for people to enjoy the highest attainable level of health. While it is recognised that progressive realisation of these obligations is inevitable, particularly due to limits in resources, Article 12 imposes on States parties various obligations which are of immediate effect.
Such steps must be deliberate, concrete and targeted towards the full realization of the right to health States parties have a specific and continuing obligation to move as expeditiously and effectively as possible towards the full realization of article In turn, the obligation to fulfil contains obligations to facilitate, provide and promote. The obligation to respect requires States to refrain from interfering directly or indirectly with the enjoyment of the right to health.
The obligation to protect requires States to take measures that prevent third parties from interfering with article 12 guarantees.
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Finally, the obligation to fulfil requires States to adopt appropriate legislative, administrative, budgetary, judicial, promotional and other measures towards the full realization of the right to health [ 25 ]. These obligations apply to physical and mental health. Discussion What should be done? Governments must acknowledge that human rights abuses are common and widespread, initiate practical actions to eliminate systematic abuses and to discharge their international and domestic legal and moral obligations.
This will require the implementation of non-discrimination principles, and equality before the law, in areas such as access to education, employment, housing and social security. Access to mental health services is a basic right.
Elimination of human rights abuses such as pasung or other degrading or harmful treatment is a minimum requirement. Particular attention must be paid to those who are most vulnerable and most in need of human rights protection.
Government commitment to the rights of people with mental illness, and investment to ensure that people with mental illness are able to exercise their rights, is essential. The provision of basic mental health services relies on sufficient numbers of adequately trained mental health workers from all the necessary disciplines, availability and equitable distribution of appropriate health facilities, and availability of medicines and other essential supplies.
This will require substantial new investment by governments at all levels. Professionals must be more alert to, and active in preventing, human rights violations. As Dharmono has reported [ 22 ] it is sometimes mental health and other health professionals who are perpetrators of human rights violations. On those occasions when mental health workers themselves are responsible for violating the rights of patients they should feel the full weight of the law.
All mental health professionals must become active in protecting and promoting the human rights of mentally ill persons, and for ensuring that treatment settings such as mental hospitals are not systematically violating the rights of mentally ill persons.
The National Human Rights Commission must lead in identifying and investigating violations of the human rights of persons with mental illness, and in assisting governments to recognise and to act on their legal obligations. The most important element is a community that is well-informed and sufficiently well organised to ensure that people with mental illness are able to effectively assert their rights and can participate fully in the social and political life of the community.
Persons with mental illness and their families must become better organised and more skillful advocates on their own behalf.
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They should form organisations and associations that can engage in a confident and effective manner in discussions and decision-making about mental health systems and advocate effectively for the rights of their members. Governments at all levels should provide financial and technical support for the establishment and growth of such advocacy organisations and establish mechanisms to work respectfully and collaboratively with them.
Some positive developments Despite the record of neglect of the human rights of people with mental illness, there have been some positive recent developments. In the last several years the National Human Rights Commission has taken an increased interest in health and human rights. A workshop on mental health and human rights is planned to occur in The role of the Commission will be central to the development of the multiple strategies that will need to be pursued to protect the rights of persons with mental illness and will support the development of civil society organisations that pursue this objective.
Specific attention will be paid to reporting on the human rights of persons with mental illness in the Commission's annual reports. Discussions in the National Taskforce on Mental Health System Development in Indonesia have also led to the establishment of the Indonesian Mental Health Association, a body that has in its membership consumers, carers and mental health professionals.
A delegation from the Association met in February with members of the national parliament to advocate on behalf of people with mental illness and their families. The Association, and other civil society organisations, will be crucially important in informing the general community about the situation of people with mental illness in Indonesia and in assisting people with mental llness and their families to effectively assert their basic human rights.
Empowerment programs for people with mental illness and their families will be an important element of strategies to protect human rights. Recently the government of the Province of Aceh announced [ 20 ] a program for the elimination from that province of the practice of pasung, an extreme form of human rights abuse. This is a very significant human rights development with wide implications for improvement in the level of protection of the human rights of people with mental illness.
More than legislation is needed Specific mental health legislation would clarify the rights of people with mental illness and would provide specific protection of rights [ 26 ]. However, even in the absence of such legislation there is sufficient basis in Indonesian law for protection of the rights of people with mental illness. Despite the protections that are available in law, and a human rights infrastructure [ 3 ], violation of the rights of people with mental illness remains widespread and largely unnoticed.
People with mental illness and their families do not excercise their rights, through lack of awareness that they have such rights, lack of knowledge about how to effectively assert their rights, and lack of confidence in asserting their rights.
Non-governmental organisations do not advocate effectively on behalf of people with mental illness, and mental health professionals and health authorities do not adequately protect the rights of people with mental illness or assist them to effectively assert their rights. The National Human Rights Commission has not, until recently, acted on behalf of people with mental illness.
Health professionals and health authorities are most closely aware of human rights abuses and will need to play an active role in eradicating such abuses and preventing them from occurring in health institutions.
This will require a clearer awareness of the rights of people with mental illness and a much more critical approach to clinical and institutional practices. The conditions in many mental hospitals are not acceptable and health professionals should not continue to accept them.
A basic requirement for adequate protection of the rights of people with mental illness is the provision of hospital and community mental health services that meet minimum standards of accessibility, affordability and quality. This is a responsibility of governments at national, provincial and district levels. This responsibility cannot be met without adequate investment in mental health services, and the level of investment in mental health in Indonesia is very substantially below what is required for even minimal service provision.
Investment in mental health service provision must be substantially increased to enable basic protections of the human rights of people with mental illness. Order placed with supplier, estimated arrival time to warehouse is business days. The Estimate Delivery Date is when your order is expected to arrive at your chosen delivery location.
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Melalui kajian dimensi keagamaan, tulisan ini menguraikan tentang sebab-sebab terjadinya depresi mental yang mengarah pada ketidakserasian hidup dan berujung pada gangguan kejiwaan sakit jiwa.Dulu, gangguan jiwa diidentikkan dengan kerasukan setan, aib dan atau kutuk. Seluruh material yang terkandung dalam ebook ini dilindungi undang-undang sebagaimana yang tercantum dalam dokumen negara UU RI No. This is a responsibility of governments at national, provincial and district levels.
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