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.