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December 31, 2014

President People

Category: General – Tags: , – admin – 3:36 pm

At the sixth international human rights Summit ambassadors, activists and religious leaders called for the global implementation of human rights the sixth human rights Summit opened in Geneva with a Grand Parade of young people, the 26 countries represented. Government officials, activists and non-governmental organizations were among the visitors to the Conference. The participants agreed that a global collaborative effort will be required to enforce human rights in all countries of this earth. Participants of the sixth of international human rights summit meeting were human rights advocates and activists, government officials, diplomatic corps and non-governmental organizations. At the opening of the three-day summit the President, main organizer and founder of the Foundation “Youth for Human Rights International” languages by the non-governmental organisation “Village Suisse” Dr. Nicholas Carr wanted to know more. Mary Shuttleworth and co-organizer Adalbert Nouga. Both emphasized the purpose of the Summit: an awareness of the To achieve human rights and the “Universal Declaration of human rights” as a tool against human rights abuses. The event was also the premiere of the short film “The history of human rights”, which was produced in cooperation with “Youth for Human Rights International” and the Human Rights Office of the Scientology Church International.

The documentation explains the topic of human rights in simple words. Dr. Mary Shuttleworth said about the film that it was”a gift for millions of people on all continents” and the film should be shown even in the remotest areas, in the spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt. Roosevelt was the driving force behind the emergence of the “Universal Declaration of human rights”, adopted in 1948 by the UN General Assembly. The list of speakers included ambassadors, scientists and religious leaders, who around the world pointed to the vital necessity of implementation of human rights. Statistics show that every year some 800,000 people who are younger than 13 years, sold for forced labor, forced prostitution and pornography be, removed organs without consent, and children are forced to become soldiers. The annual profit of those who suppress these people and brutally exploit is more than $7 billion. Allida Black, Project Director and editor of the Eleanor Roosevelt documentation and Professor of history and international relations at the George Washington University, pointed out that the failure of the “Universal Declaration of human rights” to implement would be like this, as if it “would spit on the grave of Martin Luther King or Mahatma Gandhi or Nelson Mandela would betray.” The actress Anne Archer, founder of “International Artists for Human Rights” took the award of the “Youth for human rights’ activists award before 2009.

This award is awarded every year to people who in their country to the use of human rights become particularly deserves that. This year’s winners were Georgi Naxdenov, Director of the “Help the Needy Foundation” in Bulgaria, Petar Grigorov Gramatikov from the dialog Center Bulgaria, the racing driver and Scientologe Niki Lanik (22) and Tony Mathipa, a young human rights activist from South Africa. “Youth for Human Rights International” is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2001 by the longtime educator and school principal Mary Shuttleworth. The organization is an important object of education, that the importance of human rights gives children and young people. Teaching materials for all students and especially for teachers and educators, makes available, press service of SK Bayern e.V., be Anichstrasse 12, 80802 Munich, contact: Uta Eilzer, TEL. 089-38607-145, FAX. 089-38607-109,

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