Scientology Network: How One Man Helps Imbue His Country with a Culture of Human Rights

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 13, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In an episode of “Voices for Humanity” on the Scientology Network, Braulio Vargas exposes a hidden aspect of Costa Rica with an eye-opening account of the problems plaguing many of its residents—from human trafficking to homelessness. His work is elevating consciousness of human rights and creating change all through the nation.

PHOTO CAPTION: Braulio Vargas is stopping for the rights of his people. Watch his episode of “Voices for Humanity” on the Scientology Community.

“Costa Rica impressed the peace agreements that ended the Chilly Warfare in Central America, bringing stability to our area,” says Vargas, Government Director of Youth for Human Rights Costa Rica. It’s a pretty nation—a veritable paradise. However 22 p.c of the inhabitants lives in poverty and human trafficking victims as youthful as 5 are purchased into slavery throughout the intercourse commerce. “That is the actual Costa Rica,” he says, “however there’s hope. Human Rights is the reply. And my aim is to carry tolerance and peace by means of training.”

Vargas put himself by means of faculty to transform a lawyer so he may help restore rights to those for whom they’d been denied. However progress was sluggish. And when he realized of Youth for Human Rights Worldwide, he realized this program contained the obligatory component for elevating the usual of life all through his nation. Youth for Human Rights Worldwide educates people on the Common Declaration of Human Rights. And uninformed people who don’t know their rights are merely abused.


Youth for Human Rights International materials help people of all ages understand the 30 rights enshrined throughout the Common Declaration of Human Rights. Creating a world the place human rights are acknowledged and guarded begins with environment friendly educational packages that attain all through all cultural and geographic boundaries.


Starting his work with Youth for Human Rights in 2014, Vargas launched into a advertising marketing campaign to show all of the nation on human rights—from farmhands to youngsters, whether or not or not attending faculty or dwelling on the streets.


His drive to infuse human rights into Costa Rican custom scored when the nationwide soccer federation joined his employees, promoting human rights on a giant scale.


Vargas’ work has resulted in a vital milestone. With the help of Youth for Human Rights International and the assistance of the Church of Scientology Mission of Costa Rica, in August 2021, the Legislative Meeting of Costa Rica handed into laws a bill mandating human rights coaching in schools all by means of the nation.


Impressed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s phrases that “Human rights should be made a truth, not an idealistic dream,” the Church of Scientology and Scientologists assist Youth for Human Rights and make its educational provides on the market free of value. For additional information, watch a documentary on the history and activities of Youth for Human Rights International on “Voices for Humanity” on the Scientology Network.

Since launching with a specific episode that features Scientology ecclesiastical chief Mr. David Miscavige, Scientology Community has been thought-about in 240 nations and territories worldwide in 17 languages. Broadcast from Scientology Media Productions, the Church’s worldwide media coronary heart in Los Angeles, the Scientology Community is in the marketplace on DIRECTV Channel 320 and could be streamed at Scientology.tv, on mobile apps and thru the Roku, Amazon Hearth and Apple TV platforms.

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Caption: Braulio Vargas is stopping for the rights of his people. Watch his episode of “Voices for Humanity” on the Scientology Community.

Information Supply: Church of Scientology Worldwide


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