Human rights

 
  
The second Summit took place as a part of the World Congress of the World federation for Mental Health. The event provided a shared platform for professionals and persons affected by mental disorders, active participation of delegates in discussions and debates, and the launch of a new Lancet series on Global Mental Health.
  
Summary Report of the Summit
  
Summit Programme and Presentations:
  
SESSION 1: BEST PRACTICES IN SCALING UP OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE
Moderator: Lawrence Goldberg
  
·   The sustainable scale-up of mental health and development programmes (Chris Underhill, Basic Needs)
·Maternal Mental Health Care: A model for integration (Simone Honikman, University of Cape Town)
·Challenges and opportunities inmobilizing community resources to scale up mental health services in Kenya (David Ndetei, University of Nairobi/Africa Mental Health Foundation)
·Role of mhGAP in scaling up for mental health (Shekhar Saxena, WHO)
·Matlab Project Area: Scaling up services in rural Bangladesh (Adrian Mundt & Michael Radford)
  
SESSION 2: BEST PRACTICES IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND ADVOCACY
Moderator: Sharon Kleintjes
  
·Multimedia Presentation (Pip Hardy, Patient Voices)
·Does authorized or unauthorized photography of psychiatric patients in the developing worldenhance or reduce stigma? (Samuel Okpalu, Vanderbilt University)
·Role of PANUSP and MindFreedom Ghana in advancing human rights (Janet Amegatcher, PanAfrican Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry)
·Role of GCAM and CGMHS in advancing human rights (Charlene Sunkel, Gauteng Consumer Advocacy Movement and the Central Gauteng Mental Health Society)
·The Empower Project (Rangashri Kishore, Richmond Fellowship Society India)
  
SESSION 3: FUNDING FOR GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH
Moderator: John Copeland
  
·Jenny Amery, Department for International Development (UK)
·Abdallah Daar, Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases and Grand Challenges Canada
·Pamela Collins, National Institute for Mental Health
·Andy Shih, Autism Speaks
·John Williams, Wellcome Trust
·Andrew Mohanraj, CBM
  
SESSION 4: THE WAY FORWARD FOR THE MOVEMENT FOR GLOBALMENTAL HEALTH
Moderator: Harry Minas
  
·New Secretariat at University of Melbourne (HarryMinas, University of Melbourne)
·New website and functions (Ritz Kakuma, University of Melbourne)
·UN General Assembly Session on Mental Health (Rebecca Hock, Johns Hopkins University)
  
SESSION 5: LAUNCH OF THE SECOND LANCET SERIES
Moderator: Vikram Patel and Niall Boyce
  
·Poverty and mental disorders: breaking the cycle in low-income and middle-income countries. (Crick Lund, University of Cape Town)
·Human rights violations of people with mental and psychosocial disabilities: a global emergency (Sylvester Katontoka, MHUNZA)
·Scaling up services for mental health in Low and Middle Income Countries (Julian Eaton, CBM)
·Global child and adolescent mental health: evidence for action (Christian Kieling, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
·Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Humanitarian Settings: Linking Practice and Research (Wietse Tol, Yale University, HealthNet TPO)
·Human Resource for Mental Health Care: Current Situation and Strategies for Action. (Ritz Kakuma, University of Melbourne)