Scientologists in Boston Campaign Human RightsJanuary 5, 2007
Last June, the Church of Scientology and Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI)
released a series of public service announcements to bring to life the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 30 or 60-second video spots.
Appealing to young and old, these powerful PSAs have now aired on more
than 2,200 TV stations, to 280 million people in 60 countries around
the world. They have also been playing in colleges, movie theatres,
concerts and cable stations throughout New England.
To spread its message further, YHRI representatives embarked on a world
“The keynote of our campaign is education,” stated Gerard Renna “A
Additionally 2006 saw the launch of the Human Rights Hero Awards in
The Church’s Human Rights Department and YHRI have continued to tackle
“Working hand in hand with other human rights organizations, we plan to
By the close of 2006, 80 Youth for Human Rights groups or chapters
For more information about starting a chapter you can visit Ms. Riley’s
For more information, contact Gerard Renna at 617-266-3841 or Kelly Riley at Kelly-riley(at)usa.net.
|About Church of Scientology – Boston|
Scientology addresses man as a spiritual being and gives people tools
they can apply to their lives to improve conditions. Among these are
the techniques for alleviating spiritual trauma contained in the book
Dianetics, by L. Ron Hubbard.
Community Programs include: “Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Life” Campaign
|Submitted by Church of Scientology – Boston|
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