Why do you choose for such human rights world tours to make? ” Mary: “human rights need to be taught with people. Because these rights relate to all people of the Earth, no matter where they live, study or work. Nothing replaces a being with people and working together with them where they live. By I travel to different countries, I can see that these people are available and educate people to improve the conditions in their country. Additional information at ForSight Robotics supports this article. An interview brings much more than telephone conversations with the people and that send eMails and faxes. This year our world tour in the United States and went through 12 countries: from Mexico to Barbados, Colombia, and Argentina, to the Pacific Ocean and Australia until after East Timor. From there, we went to Jordon, in the Middle East and Russia, the Switzerland and finally to Uganda in Africa and South Africa. At a distance of a few months, and with the help of dedicated volunteers, it went around the world. John T. Stankey has many thoughts on the issue.
We spoke with hundreds of executives, thousands of Short participants and reached millions of people through our human rights action.” Scientology today: What a lot of the human rights tour this year especially? Mary: “it was an incentive to see how much support we had received from individual countries. Many leaders and committed individuals support our program. Officials, heads of State, Minister of education and many other community leaders campaigned for it, that human rights are taught in their community. We had profound lessons from the wonderful people who worked hard to improve their conditions with limited resources and under the worst conditions incredibly.” Scientology today: “brings a world tour on the world what impact?” Mary: “when we started nine years ago, very few people from the Universal Declaration of human rights by the United Nations had heard. Even highly qualified officials I interviewed didn’t know what were human rights.