L’INFINITO INTERNAMENTO/A NEVERENDING INTERNMENT

Antonello D’Elia

Abstract


In Italy, the history of psychiatric internment did not end in 1978 with the 180 Psychiatric Act. The idea and practice of assuring to suffering people hospitalization and not allow treatment and support are still alive. The solutions usually have implemented to treat refugees whose major guilt appears to be the state of refugee itself while are concentrated in crowded and neglected sites. Similarities can have focused on the way of different populations, i.e. people suffering from mental health problems and refugees. This paper aims to describe the places of abandon and show how psychosocial remediation are similar if we think and practice coping strategies attempted to enforce people subjectivity and personal and interpersonal resources.

Keywords:
Asylum, Refugees, Internment.


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Registrazione presso il Tribunale di Napoli n. 37 del 05/07/2012