The director of the Church of Scientology, Beth Akiyama delivered her final speech at the 16th annual Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International. She talked about the things that education could do with the Youth for Human Rights educational materials that are focused on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The director said that in the last year, about 4566 educators were provided with the curriculum of full human rights and about 5888 schools had obtained and delivered the education materials of Youth for Human Rights. She also said that over 774,000 youth had received booklets that described the articles of the Universal Declaration.
The Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International brings together the ambassadors from the United Nations along with the Youth delegates who represent the 45 countries. It also includes the presence of the leaders from the civil society for supporting their work that would help them to achieve their goals for a fair and sustainable future.
She said that it was not possible for one to measure prevention however, one could bring in positive changes with positive thoughts. She said that Youth for Human Rights was prepared for taking up challenges so that it could bring the education of human rights to El Salvador.
The Youth for Human Rights program was sponsored by the Permanent Mission of El Salvador to the United Nations. The program has been cosponsored by the Permanent Mission to the United Nations of Ghana, Moldova, The Gambia, and Sierra Leone.
The main aim of the 16th annual International Human Rights Summit is to spread awareness about the importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and it also provides educational resources to ensure implementation across the globe.