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The Citizens Commission on Human Rights and the Church of Scientology have for many years lobbied for veterans rights, informed consent, and treatment alternatives to psychiatric medication of America’s military personnel. In keeping with its mandate to restore human rights and dignity to the field of mental health, CCHR has advocated reforms in the military’s mental health practices so personnel and veterans are informed and protected from abuse.

When pharmaceutical and talk therapies fail with those suffering from PTSD, consider the brain's environment...Detox!

An Australian human rights commission report exposes the plight of refugees—children and babies among them—held in prison-like detention, and highlights the crying need to move away from polarized political debates and toward a well thought out humanitarian response. - See more at: http://www.freedommag.org/issue/201504-foia/world/no-asylum-here.html#sthash.UX36MXYj.dpuf

Freedom recognizes young men and women whose deep commitment to human rights have made a difference in the lives of individuals around the world.

Since 2003, youth delegates from dozens of countries have convened annually with U.N. officials, human rights advocates and religious leaders at international summits in New York, Geneva and Brussels. They leave with renewed dedication to advance human rights at home.