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How you can participate in some of MFI's Campaigns to win human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.

I Got Better

Every day people like you are defying the all-too-common message that recovery from mental and emotional distress is impossible. The I Got Better campaign will make research and stories of recovery and hope in mental health widely available through a variety of media.

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Global Campaign Committee

Unite so that the voice of psychiatric survivors, including from developing nations, may be heard globally!

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Choice in Mental Health Care Campaign Committee

This MFI campaign calls for a range of safe, humane, effective alternatives for mental and emotional well being. Choice in mental health care is a human right!

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Youth Campaign Committee

How you may participate in winning human rights and alternatives with the MindFreedom USA Campaign Committee, especially in support of voice and rights for youth, young adults, and new emerging leaders.

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Media Campaign Committee

Find out about MFI's campaign to educate the public by reaching mainstream media and creating our own media.

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Mad Pride Campaign

How you may participate in supporting MFI's Mad Pride Campaign.

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Development Campaign Committee

Building MindFreedom resources and capacity to win human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.

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MindFreedom Electroshock and Human Rights Initiative

Infomation, news and updates about MindFreedom initiative about stopping human rights violations related to the use of electroshock, also known as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). The chair is MindFreedom board member Mary Maddock.

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Boycott Normal

Occupy Normal! MindFreedom International calls on you to join our campaign to "Boycott Normal." This is a peaceful public education effort, in response to the DSM-V. We aim to help humanity get beyond behavior that is mistakenly called "normal," a disorder that is even causing a climate crisis. MFI calls on you to be creative, embrace diversity, and boycott normal!

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I Got Better

(revised version of this campaign as a sub-site)

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CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK SITE LAUNCH: www.cmweek.org

CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK SITE LAUNCH: www.cmweek.org

TODAY, we at MindFreedom International are PROUD to announce the launch of a brand new website to promote what promises to be the biggest and most fantastically creative mad pride event the world has ever seen: the inaugural CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK! (July 7-July 14, 2013).

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MFI Shield

The MindFreedom Shield is a service to members who may register so that if ever threatened by coerced psychiatric human rights violations they may activate a MindFreedom alert network.

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New video released to introduce Creative Maladjustment Week!

New video released to introduce Creative Maladjustment Week!

MindFreedom International has just released a 3 minute YouTube video to help introduce new audiences to the ideas behind the first Creative Maladjustment Week.

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Creative Maladjustment Week was a Worldwide Celebration!

Creative Maladjustment Week was a Worldwide Celebration!

The first ever Creative Maladjustment Week took place July 7-14, 2013...from Ireland to Toronto, Canada to New York city! Here's a recap of some of the great events that took place. We can't wait until next year!

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Activities planned in New York City for Creative Maladjustment Week

Activities planned in New York City for Creative Maladjustment Week

New Yorkers: now there is a way to celebrate Creative Maladjustment Week...The internet makes it easier to connect to people across long distances, however, there is something about meeting someone face to face that provides a real connection. Join activists and peer supporters as we celebrate our Creative Maladjustment connection and activism.

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Hugh Massengill

Hugh Massengill, psychiatric survivor and MFI member, addresses opening session of City of Eugene, Oregon, USA conference on Choice in Mental Health Care as a Human Right at the University of Oregon.
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