Photos from the launch of the WHO QualityRights Project & Tool Kit
"Mental Health has a very important position in the WHO agenda. It is clear for us that in the future we will get more and more attention in Mental Health"
"It is my firm belief that, addressing mental health issues effectively is paramount to the success of development efforts across the world"
"QualityRights Toolkit and Project, when implemented, will improve the quality of care and human rights for people with mental health conditions all over the world"
“Sincerely, this is a great opportunity to ask member states and also the civil society (including NGOs and private sector) to work together in this incredible task"
“There can be no mental health without embracing our expertise. We have always remained the untapped resource in mental health care. We must be involved and consulted in raising awareness”
“It’s very exciting to see the tool kit launched today, which I believe is going to be a very valuable and helpful network”
“This man, who had this mental disability, had transformed the prison; he changed every single person who was there on that day”
“I faced my fears… So when someone in need reaches out a hand: shake it; receive a warm smile; listen to their story; and you never know it, might change both of your lives”
“What an afternoon… We had an amazing bunch of speakers and I think they haven’t only touched us but they have also inspired us”