Testing Children in Schools

February 18 Odessa Volunteer Citizens Commission on Human Rights on the streets of Odessa were collected 30 signatures on a petition against the psychological and psychiatric testing of children in schools. In Odessa and region repeatedly obnorodyvalis evidence that children from some of the orphanages and boarding schools for the "bad" behavior, manifested in an attempt to protect themselves from rough obraschenieya by some employees of these institutions, were sent to psychiatric hospitals, where they stuffed a variety of psychotronic drugs, in order to "pacify." Of course, before the child is sent to a psychiatric hospital for treatment, he is given the assessment based on the opinion, namely, "conduct disorder", "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder," and so on. "I'm Peschanskom orphanage am 3 years and we are constantly experiencing the bullying teachers and terrible psychiatric pills. Recently, when Zoe and Elvira would escape them stripped, and all taken to the street and beaten so that they burst the skin, "- said Dima, who was forcibly kept in the boarding house. " And this is not the only case in Odessa, and throughout Ukraine. Nowadays, children can become "guinea pigs" for psychiatrists to give psychiatric testing at the school or other educational institutions, in particular social type, so the collected signatures will be sent to the Government of Ukraine to reform this area. For more information contact:,.

CCHR was founded in 1969 Church of Scientology and the internationally renowned author, Dr. Thomas Sacom, professor emeritus of psychiatry at the University of retired New York in Syracuse. While victims of psychiatry were a forgotten by all a group of people languishing in appalling conditions in mental hospitals scattered throughout the world. Therefore, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights formulated the Declaration of Human Rights in the field of mental health, which serves as a guide for reform in mental health.

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