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The Burdekin Report : human rights & mental illness : report of the National Inquiry into the Human Rights of People with Mental Illness
Bib ID 577215
Format BookBook
Author
Rose, Sharon
 
Description [Sydney) : NSW Parliamentary Library, 1993 
vi, 42, [7] p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Briefing note (New South Wales. Parliamentary Library) ; no. 004/94.

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Insanity - Jurisprudence - Australia.  |  Human rights - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Burdekin, Brian  |  Jenkin, Rebekah  |  New South Wales. Parliamentary Library  |  National Inquiry Concerning the Human Rights of People with Mental Illness (Australia)

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