On Human Rights Day 2019, volunteers in some 60 countries raised the bar on human rights through education, activism, and raising awareness of the world's premier human rights instrument, the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).
At the annual convention of the World Association of Dual Disorders in Madrid, mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights challenged psychiatrists to answer pointed allegations.
New NGO status enables MEJORA, the Foundation for the Improvement of Life, Culture and Society, to contribute to achieving the goals of the UN Economic and Social Council and the humanitarian aims of the Scientology religion.
Psychiatry an Industry of Death traveling exhibit reveals that German psychiatrists created the prototype for Hitler's killing camps.
Seattle's Church of Scientology marks the 10th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela International Day with a special forum on human rights.
Youth for Human Rights Summer Art Contest winners announced at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville on Mandela Day.
Citizens Commission of Human Rights alerts parents and community leaders of the potential harm to children of a controversial new treatment.
Raising awareness on an issue affecting thousands of families in the Tampa Bay Area.
On its 50th anniversary, Citizens Commission on Human Rights rewards outstanding achievements, reviews its record of accomplishments, and recommits to the complete elimination of psychiatric abuse.
A conference at the United Nations in Geneva on International Day for the Elimination of Racism looked into human rights education to accomplish the purpose of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Youth for Human Rights International visits Ethiopia, seat of the African Union, to promote human rights education for a culture of peace throughout the continent.
In its first visit to the African nation of Angola, Youth for Human Rights International activates nongovernment organizations, schools and religious groups to raise the bar on human rights through education.
The 16th annual Human Rights World Tour begins its journey with a visit to South Africa.
Protecting oneself or one's loved ones from involuntary commitment, which affects more than 155,000 Californians a year, was the subject of a community forum at the Church of Scientology Pasadena.
New Washington State code protects the rights of children and families
Graduates of the I Believe in My Future initiative, honored at a ceremony at the Church of Scientology of the Valley, prepare to tackle domestic violence through education and outreach.
At a conference at the Church of Scientology in Washington, D.C., Citizens Commission on Human Rights national office explores the role of psychiatry in Hitler's "final solution."
International Holocaust Day conference honors victims and survivors of the Nazi extermination camps and urges vigilance to ensure such atrocities never happen again.
Nationwide campaign mobilizes youth to defend and protect the rights of Nigerians
Youth for Human Rights India raises awareness of universal rights, promoting education on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to help the country tackle pressing abuse
Citizens Commission on Human Rights Italy brings Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit to Milan to expose psychiatric abuse and put an end to involuntary commitment in the country.
CCHR Tokyo protest takes a stand against the drugging of infants and young children
More than 6,000 toured CCHR's 'Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Exhibit' in Santa Monica. Many were shocked at what they learned.
Human rights advocates march to accomplish the goals of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on its 70th anniversary.
The Church of Scientology joined other religions and NGOs at UN headquarters in Geneva in a conference promoting cooperative effort to ensure human rights for all.
'90 percent of people are unable to name more than three of the 30 human rights'
Human trafficking is closer to home than most people think: How to recognize it, what to do, where to go.
Celebrating diversity at the Church of Scientology in San Jose
New episode of Voices for Humanity featuring Christopher King, grandson of blues legend B.B. King, premieres December 12, 2018.
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.
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