Subject: Fwd: ‘Discontinue forced treatment/hospitalization’ under CRPD, CAT, CCRP and CESCR

From: "walter.keim Gmail" <walter.keim@gmail.com>

Date: 03.06.2017 16:22

To: Ministery of Foreign Affairs

A man was placed under “compulsary mental health care”. Appeals to the Supervisory commission, Oslo district court, Borgating court of appeal and Supreme Court (2. January 2015) were rejected. The Council Govener (Fylkemann) rejected a complaint against coersive medical care.
The "Urgent Appeal to Norway to discontinue forced treatment/hospitalization" is based on the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR), the Convention against Torture (CAT), the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
«These provisions impose an immediate obligation om the States to immediately discontinue these practices (of forced treatment/hospitalization) and reform laws allowing for deprivation of liberty and forced treatment on the basis of disabilities by replacing these practices with services in that meet needs expressed by persons with disabilities and respect the autonomy, choices, dignity and privacy.
While awaiting a reply, we urge that all necessary interim measures to be taken to halt the alleged violations and prevent there re-occurance...»

see https://spcommreports.ohchr.org/TMResultsBase/DownLoadPublicCommunicationFile?gId=22955

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Request for access to Norway's response


Sat, 3 Jun 2017 17:43:16 +0200


walter.keim Gmail <walter.keim@gmail.com>


Ministery of Foreign Affairs <post@mfa.no>

Ministery of Foreign Affairs
Postboks 8114 Dep.
N-0032 OSLO.

I request access to Norway's anonymized response to the request from

UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, Special Rapporteur on Rights of
Persons with Disabilities, Special Rapporteur on Health
"Urgent Appeal to Norway on forced treatment/hospitalization",
ref. UA Norway 1/201, datert 30.1.2017 see

I could not find this published at OEP.no with document date 30.1.17 and apply therefore also the case number of the document.


Walter Keim
Netizen: http://walter.keim.googlepages.com
Is it possible to enforce access to information in Bavaria?
Request for access to Norway's response: ‘Discontinue forced treatment/hospitalization’ http://wkeim.bplaced.net/files/170603ud.html

Answer: «The government fails to see that this case requieres it to take particular measures...» i. e. Norway continues discrimination of persons with psychosocial disability.