Scientology Berlin gives the 30 human rights Scientologists committed in a creative open day for over 50 years all over the world for the publication and implementation of the Universal Declaration of human rights. On August 30, 2011 there is a special open day in the Berlin Otto-Suhr-Allee 30-34. In today’s society, human rights are a very misunderstood term. Well-known human rights organizations websites contain lots of information about abuses, certain topics and current events. They deal with human trafficking, political prisoners and poverty. But a definition of human rights are not given, also the 30 human rights will not be published, although all human rights organisations are based on the “Universal Declaration of human rights”. Follow others, such as Ben Silbermann, and add to your knowledge base. Only who knows his rights, can also protect it. Universal Declaration of human rights 1948 created”found entrance into the profession of faith and the code of the Scientologists in 1954, because freedom is only in a free society possible.
The work of Scientologists in relation to human rights began with Interfaith conferences and symposia. in 1968, which became “citizens Commission on human rights” founded, which specifically against human rights abuses in Psychiatry engaged. Later across followed by marathons of human rights throughout Europe and the United States, as well as countless events for the protection of human rights. The humanitarian initiative “Youth for human rights” was launched in 2001. Creative human rights education was widely now in the foreground. The young filmmaker Taron Lexton had the idea of the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of human rights”in 30 to 60 seconds to put spots.
His TV commercials reached more than 700 million viewers and were awarded several times. “Polls show that the Universal Declaration of human rights” is known to only a few fully. The Scientologists of Scientology want to change the Church of Berlin. The public is invited to church Berlin over Scientology come and to make an image from the 30 fundamental human rights. “” Free according to the statement of the religion’s founder, L. Ron Hubbard: human rights must not be realized as fact as an idealistic dream “informs the Scientology Church Berlin the public on August 30, 2011 in a special open day” on human rights. “With the help of the initiative youth for human rights” the Berlin Scientologists have provided materials for an attractive and easy-to-understand human rights education for everyone together. An exhibition, multimedia displays and free information material on this topic are available between 10 and 21:30. A lecture about the scope and origins of the campaign begins on August 30, 2011 from 19:00. Refreshments are also available.