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National Association for Rights Protection & Advocacy 2011 Annual Meeting

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NARPA is a founding sponsor organization of MindFreedom International. This is an important annual gathering of advocates, attorneys and activists to change how people labeled with mental disabilities are treated.

What
  • Conference
When Sep 07, 2011 04:00 PM to
Sep 10, 2011 12:00 PM
Where Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Contact Name
Contact Phone 256-564-9933
Attendees All welcome.
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 BELOW is the text from NARPA's save the date announcement:


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR RIGHTS PROTECTION & ADVOCACY 

 

Save The Date and Join Us!

2011 ANNUAL RIGHTS CONFERENCE

TURNING CRISES INTO OPPORTUNITIES

September 7-10, 2011


Embassy Suites Philadelphia – Airport

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


For over 25 years, NARPA has provided an educational conference with inspiring keynoters and outstanding workshops. We learn from each other and come together as a community committed to social justice for people with psychiatric labels & developmental disabilities.


MORE INFO:


Check www.narpa.org or e-mail narpa@aol.com for updates.


Conference begins Wednesday evening & ends noon Saturday

 

 

 

 


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