Munich Rights

2017-10-09 - 13:26 | News | Tags: |

To restore personal liberty for all people, defends and promotes the Scientology Church tireless human rights. For the rights of all people the Church committed in use already for a long time for this, to make the Declaration widely known and to enforce. This historical and ratified by the United Nations in 1948 document is the standard for general freedoms, to which everyone is entitled. The initiative, youth for Menschenrechtel distributed to the protection of human rights”a guide on human rights. This was produced in 19 languages. Teachers, legislators and leaders of youth and human rights groups of around the world now use this booklet in their education programmes. Youth for human rights international”reached millions of people with his award-winning video of UNITED and its message of peace through tolerance and understanding. NY museums follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. In Germany there is the youth initiative for human rights”, the activities of the International Association in the German-speaking support.

“This video clip that set a new milestone in human rights education, had its premiere in August 2006 at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York before 450 UN staff, diplomats, human rights defenders and delegates from 49 countries and received great applause with standing ovations”. Wherever human rights are violated, Scientologists denounce these violations and are committed to the dignity and the freedom of the people. The Church’s human rights programs have reached millions of people on six continents in over 100 countries and informed them of their rights. Nothing is more precious than the inalienable rights of the people. Anyone can defend human rights in its surroundings and insist on their application. Join a human rights organization.

Together we are a strong voice for freedom and human rights for all people realize. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, said on this subject: “human rights must be realized as fact, not as idealistic Dream”.