The Human Rights Department of the Church of Scientology of Malmö organizes the yearly UNESCO International Day of Peace with an event in its Conference Center in Arlöv, on Tuesday 21 September 2010, starting at 17:30.
“This year’s theme, as laid out by the UNESCO, is ‘Peace=Future’. There is a strong focus on investing intention and energy in the current young generation, as they will be the leaders of tomorrow. And in accordance to this theme we have adopted this also as the theme of our event”, tells Ad Vulto, Coordinator at the Human Rights Department of the Church of Scientology.
“One of the speakers we have the headmistress of Amager International School, Copenhagen. This school, with students from 20 different nations, has a proven, steady 20 year long record of utter friendliness, tolerance and not one instance of mobbing. Needless to say, every year the school ranks also highest in results in Copenhagen as far as graduating students are concerned.
The second speaker is the Vice-President of the Student Corps of the UN International Maritime University, Malmö. He will share with the audience how this institute is making tolerance a fact amongst students from across the world”, says Ad Vulto.
Part of the evening is the viewing of the video “The Story of Human Rights”, a widely acclaimed description of the history of human rights on this planet up to present time.
Artistic renditions will be given in the form of song and dance.
“As humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard said: “Human Rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream”. Through this celebration we would like to give our share in making human rights a reality for all in this part of Sweden”, concludes Ad Vulto.
For more information, contact Ad Vulto tel.0738 - 76 86 35 or email@example.com