Scientology Churches and groups in countries around the world celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations on Dec. 10, 1948.
Airing on the Scientology Network.
Freedom of religion was the subject of a special Sunday service commemorating passage of the Religious Freedom Act of 1998.
Rock and roll music group stops in Washington, D.C., to educate youth on how to protect their basic human rights as a part of their "30 Days 30 Rights" National tour.
The story of one man's belief in national peace without the need of a military force premieres Nov. 16, 2018, on the Scientology Network.
New documentary highlights one man's fight against multi-billion dollar psychiatric industry
Helping to raise broad public awareness and pass legislation to prevent psychiatric abuse
Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights educated people on how to live stress-free. The presentation was a "lunch and learn" seminar at the Nashville Church of Scientology.
"VOICES FOR HUMANITY" airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
At an open house at the Church of Scientology Pasadena, a human rights advocate briefs the community on the African Literacy Project and the results of its summer Youth Literacy Leadership Initiative in Liberia.
Rock 4 Human Rights celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with a month-long concert tour across America to raise human rights awareness.
Bringing human rights to life for the next generation of The Gambia's leaders
Citizens Commission on Human Rights presents shocking evidence of abuse affecting the people of Toronto.
Tennessee United for Human Rights held a large interreligious, multicultural event for International Peace Day at the Church of Scientology community hall.
As the new school year begins, Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Sacramento warns parents of the need to educate themselves about a potential threat to their children's survival.
'Understanding' was the watchword of the first of a four-part series of religious freedom programs, scheduled over four consecutive weekend evenings at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles.
CCHR urges need to ban coercive treatment and electroshock
Florida youth learn a vital lesson from the grandson of jazz legend BB King.
Youth for Human Rights Nepal hosts regional summit in Kathmandu. Dignitaries, officials and youth delegates from 15 nations attend.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights documentary alerts Australians to dangerous practices that threaten the lives and wellbeing of the people of the country.
The partnership between Youth for Human Rights International and the Beakanyang Kafoo nonprofit continues to infuse a culture of humane values into the country through grassroots human rights education.
Youth for Human Rights launched an anti-hate campaign on the anniversary of the Unite the Right demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left 30 injured and one person dead.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights brings Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit to the capital of the State of Mexico
Pascal Chukwuebuka Nwoga is a human rights activist from Nigeria who brings human rights to life for the children at home and in nearby West African countries.
CCHR challenges psychiatrists at the World Congress of the International Association for Adolescent and Child Psychiatrists to cease prescribing dangerous drugs to children.
Human Rights group challenges psychiatrists at the World Congress of the International Association for Adolescent and Child Psychiatrists to cease prescribing dangerous drugs to children.
The 15th annual Human Right Summit of Youth for Human Rights International accomplished many milestones while bringing together exceptional young human rights advocates with high-level leaders in the venue that symbolizes international cooperation toward common goals — UN headquarters in New York.
Human rights watchdog claims the Royal College of Psychiatrists International Convention is foisting off junk science on the general public, putting UK children at grave risk.
A multi-cultural celebration hosted by the Church of Scientology Harlem is the send-off for youth delegates and ambassadors from around the world on the last day of the 15th annual Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International.
Youth representing more than 60 nations gathered at the United Nations in New York to celebrate the 15th annual Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International in the 70th anniversary year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Vintage Rita Rose to donate her time and songs to benefit of the children stuck at border wall without their parents
Buffalo Educational Opportunity Center Annual Women's Conference human rights workshop helps those attending understand their human rights and responsibilities.
Recognizing humanitarians for their extraordinary work
Human rights advocates 18 to 29 are invited to apply to represent their countries as Youth Delegates to the annual Youth for Human Rights summit July 5-7 in New York.
In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the 15th annual Youth for Human Rights International World Educational Tour for Peace traveled 35,000 miles (56,420 km) to promote human rights through education.
Mental health watchdog reaches out to local parents to let them know why psychiatric drugs often prescribed to children carry the FDA's black box warning (issued when there is reasonable evidence of an association of a serious hazard with the drug).
Young human rights advocates attend the first Youth for Human Rights (YHRI) North American Regional Summit in Washington, D.C., organized by the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office and the 2018 YHRI World Educational Tour.
Changing attitudes in Portugal on this urgent human rights issue
15th annual Youth for Human Rights World Tour hosts the 6th annual South Asia Summit in New Delhi.