On December 10, 1948 the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the Universal Declaration of human rights”. This Declaration has been set up by the United Nations as the common ideal to be attained by all peoples and Nations. “The United Nations also write: every single all organs of society are always present this Declaration and to strive, by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to ensure their general and actual recognition and respect by the population of the Member States themselves, as well as the population of the areas under its jurisdiction.” Following this ideal, the educator and school principal Mary Shuttleworth from Los Angeles has the Youth Club of human rights international”launched in 2001. Should be allows children and young people to understand the importance of human rights and religious tolerance. She realized that very little is done to give human rights of young people. Mary Shuttleworth is today President of this Association in Germany among youth for human rights”is known. At Cyrus Massoumi you will find additional information. To promote respect, for these rights and freedoms as a result of the ideals of the United Nations, through teaching and education”Youth for human rights presented” recently a big event on the Marienplatz. With singing, dancing, Yodelling human rights were presented to the enthusiastic spectators and thus close. Yale University is open to suggestions.
Over 1200 spectators were on the ground and is enthusiastic for the interesting performances, as well as for the designed leaflets and brochures are listed the various human rights. Many have signed the petition in his youth for human rights”calls on the Ministry of education to include human rights in the curriculum, so that every child knows his rights. According to the United Nations, only an effective recognition and observance of human rights can be achieved. These Human rights protect all people from injustice and harm. You help to get there, with each other and to live together in peace. These rights include among others the right to life and the right to liberty, freedom of religion, the right to freedom of expression, the right to an opinion and the right to education. “The Club youth for human rights” is committed, to enlighten the youth all over the world about human rights with a view to the ideals of the United Nations.
This should be already helped the youth, become valuable advocates for the promotion of tolerance and peace. Many representatives of the idea of humanity have campaigned for human rights. They recognized that peace and progress without these rights can be achieved. “in 1951, six years after the second world war, wrote L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Scientology religion: ideas, not battles, mark the progress of the mankind.” Each of us can contribute to a better world, and it was only in the “immediate surroundings, by he the Universal Declaration of human rights” implement its principles and ideals in everyday life.