Youth for Human Rights and United for Human Rights award-winning materials, produced in 17 languages, reach more than 100 million individuals each year. Through support from the Churches of Scientology, these are provided as effective tools to remedy lack of awareness of the basic rights articulated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
United for Human Rights and Youth for Human Rights maintain websites with interactive education systems and a full array of audiovisual resources available for viewing, downloading and ordering in 17 languages.
“30 Rights, 30 Ads” United for Human Rights provides public service announcements for classroom use with corresponding lessons, for television broadcast and airing in airports, train stations, sports events and other venues.
The Story of Human Rights film defines human rights and details the dramatic story of their history and development through the ages.
The Story of Human Rights booklet provides an overview of the subject for use during lessons and for general reference.
Bringing Human Rights to Life Educator’s Guide is the core of the Education Package (top) which contains lesson plans, human rights documents, complaint procedures, list of human rights agencies, 30 PSAs, The Story of Human Rights film and The Story of Human Rights booklets.
The Youth for Human Rights program includes posters depicting each article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Youth for Human Rights program is tailored for younger students, with comprehensive materials in age-appropriate language and content.