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Here are the winners...----
of the prize-winning competition (details here)
to f
ind an appropriate slogan to criminalize all those who work in a locked psychiatric ward after 1/1/2009.

Congratulations to the winners!
(1st Prize: 100 Euros, 2nd Prize: 70 Euros, 3rd Prize: 40 Euros)

Psychiaterek: allamilag védett bünözök.
Karl Valentin, Germany
Ha egy zart osztályon dolgozni összeegyeztethetö ENSZ- emberi jogokal, akkor a megeröszakolás nem egy büntett, hanem éppen egy formája a szeretettnek.
Caspar Abocab, Germany
Örök és psichiáterek! Figyeljetek! Az ENSZ egyezmény alapján most bünözök vagytok.
Roman Breier, Germany
2009/1/1: a zárt osztály egy allami büntetté vált az emberiség ellen.
Fritz Hummer, Germany
A következö szlogenek még nem lefordított:
No Forced Treatment: It's the Law!
Alison Hymes, USA
Forced psychiatry? It's a crime.
Jane Miller, Canada
If there's a Key, it's illegal Psychiatry!
Rodney Yoder, USA
"I won't let myself be examined by a criminal!"
René Talbot, Germany
Warders and shrinks, you are thugs and brutes!
Pay atttention you criminals! We will file a suit.
No Compliance, Germany
Warders and shrinks! Pay atttention!
In locked wards you are criminals by UN-convention.
Roman Breier, Germany
To lock a person in a psychiatric ward
is an assault, it is a crime!
You are not a criminal, so you will not work for a locked psychiatric ward!
Peter Zihlmann, Switzerland
According to the UN-Disability Convention, from January 1, 2009, all those who lock others up, apply four-point fixation and/or coercive treatment on them or allow them to treated in this way on the basis of a psychiatric diagnosis, make themselves punishable.
Doris Steenken, Germany
A The real criminals are those keeping us locked up in the wards and abusing us
Sue Clark-Wittenberg, Canada
Warders and shrinks, you are brutes and beasts.
Criminals by law of nations at least.
S. Shrinkslayer, Germany
Anyone who now still applies coercive treatment
is a criminal.
Matthias Seibt, Germany
Closed-psychiatry shrinks and warders!
Save your own neck!
Stop working in closed wards!
Don't follow other orders!
A. Alerter, Germany
Everyone who works in a locked psychiatric ward after 1.1.2009 is a hostage taker
Jan Bender, Germany
What is the difference between a prison
and a locked ward?
In a locked ward, the inmates are not criminals
but the nurses and doctors are.
Sven X, Germany
From 2009 onwards: Anyone who locks others up in a psychiatric ward is a criminal.
(Tell them, if they don't know it yet!)
Helge Schneyder, Germany
Warders and shrinks in psychiatric prison
are criminals!
Says UN-human-rights-commission.
Escapee, Germany
despicable psychiatry with countless victims,
it's time to abolish it, just as another fascism.
Alain Waché, France
STOP THE MADNESS! forced psychiatry is illegal
WHO'S THE PSYCHO? forced psychiatry is illegal
LOCK UP THE PSYCHO! forced psychiatry is illegal
Itay Nevo, Israel
alert: psychiatricks
quacks are turning societies into lethal quackes
quick sand stop psychiatry carnage.
Daničle Deschamps, France
stop disabilitisers
Maxman, Germany
Warders and shrinks are thugs and brutes.
If they work behind bars, they are criminals.
Beyond dispute!
Therapy Resister, Germany
Prisons of psychiatry are illegal.
Warders and shrinks there are criminals.
Mr. "Don't Talk To Psychiatrists", Germany
Shrinks and warders in a locked psychiatric ward
are by international-law a criminal-horde.
Bopp Shrinkhunter, Germany
Behind bars working shrinks and warders are criminals.
T. Truth, Germany
Psychiatric executioners
Thomas Szasz, USA
Warders and shrinks feel tension.
In locked wards they are criminals
by UN-convention.
Roman Breier, Germany
psychiatry: if its behind bars, it is criminal!
Hagai Aviel, Israel

Voting closed at 12h GMT on 14th February, 2009!

Prize-winning competition to find an appropriate slogan to criminalize all those who work in a locked psychiatric ward after 1/1/2009!

From 1/1/2009 onwards, most countries will ratify* the UN convention of the rights of persons with disabilities, which prohibits the deprivation of liberty and bodily harm also of people who are slandered as being "mentally ill".

We take it for granted that in these countries, according to the UN-Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the mental health laws allowing the use of force will become illegal and therefore from 1/1/2009 the violent acts of the psychiatric staff and all others who work in a locked psychiatric ward become a crime and these people should therefore be declared to be criminals.

But this explanation is too long and complicated. We in IAAPA therefore suggest to campaign now against those criminals and at the same time inform the public about the issue by a public competition for such a slogan:

1st Prize: 100 Euros, 2nd Prize: 70 Euros, 3rd Prize: 40 Euros

* look here for the date of the ratification in your country:


Conditions of the competition, to which each participant agrees:
1. Entries should be sent to:
IAAPA Secretariat, Vorbergstr. 9a, 10823 Berlin, Germany. E-mail:
2. The language of the competition is English. Entries in other languages may be made but only the English translation is valid for the voting. (We will try to be of assistance for this translation.)
3. All entries must reach the above address by midnight on January 12th, 2009.
4. The next General Assembly of IAAPA on Tuesday, 13th of January 2009 by majority vote will make a pre-selection by excluding entries deemed to be not interesting enough.
5. The remaining entries will be made public on this website on January 14th, 2009.
6. For one month up to February 14th, 2009, these entries will be open to voting by the general public over the internet - details of the exact procedure
see here.
7. The author of all entries agrees to renounce all copyright claims to his/her slogan against IAAPA.
8. The author of all entries agrees to have his/her name published. However, on his/her request their entry can be posted anonymously with an "artist name" suggested by the author.
9. The decisions of IAAPA concerning the winning entries are final and cannot be contested in court.

(Resolution Point # 1 of the IAAPA General Assembly of December 9, 2008)