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Croatia Keeps its Mentally Ill Behind Closed Doors

Years after promising to develop community-based alternatives, patients with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems remain incarcerated in institutions that respect neither people’s dignity nor privacy.

Yana Buhrer Tavanier
Zagreb, Lobor Grad, Rab, Vojnic, Osijek and Ugljan

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