Clearwater, FL, December 05, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- United for Human Rights (UHR) Florida chapter will be providing free human rights educational material to anti-human trafficking organizations in support of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, this January 2021.
Christopher King, the President of the chapter said, “I got involved with United for Human Rights because I learned in 2015 what human trafficking is, how it affects millions of children, and that it exists in my own backyard. That’s why I started my own non-profit, The Gentlemen’s Course with the purpose of teaching youth etiquette and how to prevent human trafficking, and now I use my position as President of United for Human Rights Florida chapter to educate as many kids as possible on what human rights are and how to safeguard them in their own lives.”
UHR Florida chapter has partnered with anti-human trafficking organizations for the past 5 years: assisting them with fundraisers, training their staff on human rights education and empowerment, working with task forces to educate the community, and even helping survivors re-gain their self-respect by learning they have human rights.
Every year in January, a series of events and educational activities are held by UHR’s Florida chapter to raise awareness that human trafficking is a problem happening right here. Last year, UHR held panel discussions on the subject in Orlando, posted educational resources on their social media, and held awareness events in the United for Human Rights center in downtown Clearwater.
To schedule an event with United for Human Rights Florida chapter in January, or to partner with them, contact them on their Facebook page www.Facebook.com/HumanRightsFL.
About United for Human Rights:
United for Human Rights is an international non-profit, non-religious educational program based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Its purpose is to teach youth their human rights and to create valuable advocates for tolerance and peace. United for Human Rights is one of eight humanitarian programs the Church of Scientology supports. It was Scientology Founder, L. Ron Hubbard who said, “Human rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream.” This is why the Church sponsors UHR, although UHR remains non-religious in nature and content.