Ethiopian Human Rights Commission

Elizabeth McKinney, Chief Executive Officer of the global project development Foundation “said: knowledge is power, and human rights education enables people to exploit all its possibilities, in the knowledge that their right to dignity and peace can refuse no law, no regulation and no person.” The this year’s human rights world tour of youth for human rights”was launched in Los Angeles. She continued after Mexico, Liberia, Togo, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Taiwan and Japan. In Taiwan the human rights group met Ma Ying-jeou with the President, to present the human rights programme and the materials on it. While staying in Mexico the Group artists United for human rights “, published a brochure, the 34 prominent Mexican artists present the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of human rights. Youth published in Ethiopia for human rights International”in partnership with the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission a brochure with the articles of the Universal Declaration of human rights in Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia and into Arabic the second most spoken Semitic language in the world. In each country the human rights group held conferences and meetings with government officials and prominent organizations, the implementation of teaching materials and plans of youth for human rights”to organize.

At the closing ceremony were other guest speakers on the spot. Among them were Angela Madsen, six-time gold medal winner and member of the U.S. Paralympic team, Dr. Howard M. Holt, founder and Director of elohim dream builders, Dr. Pouran Ameli from the American Iranian Friendship Association and the cleric and Chairman of the global project development Foundation Elizabeth McKinney. The human rights group, youth for human rights international”has circled nine times the globe in nine years, to the human rights training for government officials, educators and non-governmental To promote organisations in 80 countries.

The purpose of youth for human rights international”is to educate young people about their human rights, in particular on the Universal Declaration of human rights of the United Nations, and to inspire them to become valuable advocates of tolerance and peace. More information:. More information: press-service of the Scientology Church Bayern e.V. be ICH str 12, 80802 Munich contact: Uta Eilzer Tel. 089-38607-145, fax. 109 Web: eMail:

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