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Human Rights

The positive response and clearly visible positive behavior changes of students bear witness to the effectiveness of the educational programme on human rights according to public reports are 10% of the Taiwanese students fall daily bullying victim. The institution of youth for human rights”Taiwan is actively committed, to increase awareness of human rights among children and young people. Since the establishment of the institution of youth for human rights Taiwan in 2004 was the objective of the members, to reach schools with human rights education. Young people should understand what are their own rights and to protect the rights of others. To achieve this goal, the team of youth votes for human his activities on the human rights events rights Taiwan, are taking place at international level. Youth for human rights organized on the international day of tolerance, which takes place every year on the 16th of November, various activities as for example a lecture tour about human rights in abgelgenen Primary schools in the District of Pingtung in the South-Western Taiwan.

On 10 December, the international day of human rights, Youth carries out for human rights annual public events and presentations in schools. Including those in the schools of Kaohsiung. Hundreds of students gather here to attend impromptu performances that are listed on the Universal Declaration of human rights. Including also a spectacle, with the young human rights defenders at an elementary school in Kaohsiung the human rights was no discrimination”staged. Youth for human rights Taiwan also year-round seminars and presentations in primary and secondary schools performs, as well as lectures at universities.

This already 59,000 students of 435 schools participated in the presentations. Many press reports and appearances on television and radio ensures a wide dissemination of human rights. Specially produced TV commercials about the 30 human rights (sponsored by the Scientology Church International) aired in over 50 television stations, reaching over 6 million spectators in Taiwan. The positive response and clearly visible positive behavior changes of the students testify to the effectiveness of the educational programme on human rights. This prompted the Minister of education for human officially a member of the Council for human rights of Taiwan to appoint the institution of youth rights Taiwan. L. Ron Hubbard – author, philanthropist and founder of the Scientology religion – concretes that spiritual freedom and enlightenment are virtually unattainable goals for people, which are denied the basic rights. As a result he wrote”the code of a Scientologist, in which he appealed to all members of the religion to support truly humanitarian efforts in the field of human rights. This he laid the Foundation for what today has become a global movement, which promotes human rights for all, regardless of social status, origin or religious belief. Today, Scientologists involved on five continents in cooperation with authorities and non-governmental organizations, a comprehensive awareness and the implementation of the 1948 Declaration of human rights by the United Nations, the world-recognized human rights document to effect adopted General.