Youth for Human Rights

Scientology Taught Me Human Rights
Just recently I was scrolling idly through some Internet news when I came across a statement uttered by some C-list actress whose only gimmick for getting her face in front of a camera these days is attacking Scientology. I never actually click on those headlines.
Talk Versus Action
Dr. Ganoune Diop, director of public affairs and religious freedom for the worldwide Seventh-Day Adventist Church, recently gave a beautiful keynote address at the opening of a religious freedom training center in France.
UN Youth Summit Inspires Human Rights Advocates Worldwide
I met Christians, Buddhists, Bahá’ís, Sikhs and Muslims. They were all united in their belief that fundamental human rights belong to every single person on earth and that teaching others the value of these rights is one of the most important things we could be doing.
Human Rights Summit Draws Youths to U.N. from 45 Nations
“For 10 years, I’ve been telling people about the importance of human rights and mentioning the United Nations … but yesterday, I not only attended a Summit at the United Nations, I was given a Human Rights Hero Award…. What a dream come true!” actress Sheena Chohan
Church of Scientology: Champion of Human Rights since 1954
Overview The Church of Scientology is deeply committed to human rights for all. Its human rights education programs and human rights activities throughout the world stand second to none. In the words of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, “Human rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream.
What is Youth for Human Rights?
The Church of Scientology sponsors a worldwide Human Rights awareness campaign and a global education initiative entitled “ Youth for Human Rights .” These campaigns are presently implemented in coordination with advocates and government officials in 82 nations.