The mission of the Resource Centre for people with mental disability “Zelda” is to promote de-institutionalisation and development of community based mental health care services for people with mental disabilities through research, monitoring of observance of human rights, legal advocacy and activities of informing and educating the public. 

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The RC Zelda’s experience in supported decision making was presented at the Council of Europe Conference in Cyprus

Published: 30.03.2017. On 27-28th March in Cyprus took place the conference “Human rights: a reality for all”, organized by the Council of Europe (CoE), that was aimed at presenting of the new EP strategy for the years 2017-2023 in the field … Continue reading

RC ZELDA has presented a thematic report to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Latvia

Society RC ZELDA has presented a thematic report on the implementation of the rights of  persons with mental disabilities in Latvia to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The report was produced in response to the … Continue reading

The inclusive education project on supported its decision-making is launched

Published on: 31.01.2017. RC ZELDA toghether with partner organizations from the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Great Britain, Slovakia and Spain is implementing the Project “Inclusive Direction in Education of Adults on Article 12”, financed by the ERASMUS+ program of the  European Commission. … Continue reading