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African Human Rights Leadership Campaign
« on: January 01, 2011, 11:10 »
Another Scientology front.  http://www.africanleadershipcampaign.org/

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The African Human Rights Leadership Campaign is a pilot project of Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI). YHRI is an American-based educational non-profit organization dedicated to global human rights education and human rights advocacy. The Campaign — active in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ghana since 2006 and now expanding to Togo and Ethiopia — is a growing initiative designed to inspire and equip young people to create futures worth living, free of human rights abuse, in their communities and countries.

and to spread scientology.  Legally, it is served pro bono by Timothy Bowles (formerly of Moxon and Bowles), who also serves:

Airespring, Inc.
Applied Scholastics International, Inc
Castec, Inc.
Consolidated Financial & Insurance Services, Inc.
Cornerstone Pictures
Cushman & Wakefield
Diskeeper Corporation
Eastern Tools & Equipment
The Football Network
Los Angeles Medical Center
McPhee & Associates, Inc.
Mission Renaissance, Inc.
National Foundation of Women Legislators
Omnitronix, Inc.
Panda Software International
Sterling Management Systems, Inc.
Survival Strategies International
Telsoft Solutions, Inc.
United Merchant Services

Ths list is from http://www.tbowleslaw.com/firm/representative-clients.php his own site which, interestingly, offers a PDF of Bowles Law Report on AVOIDING RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE.  Considering the number of employees who are pressured into Scientology training by employers (Bowles specializes in employment law for the employer) it contains some interesting statement on "Employer-Sponsored Training Programs."

From: http://www.lawyers.com/California/Pasadena/Law-Offices-of-Timothy-Bowles-P-C--185402-f.html
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As executive director for Youth for Human Rights International, Tim Bowles is committed to establishing and preserving human dignity and integrity -- and particularly the rights of children -- against the seemingly crushing odds of population, poverty, illiteracy and human exploitation. YHRI is dedicated to teaching youth worldwide the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and thus enable those young people to become advocates for religious, political and cultural tolerance and justice. Along with Liberian Jay Yarsiah, Ghanaian Sammy Jacobs Abbey and a host of dedicated African and American volunteers, Mr. Bowles has created the African Human Rights Leadership Campaign as a pilot project of Youth for Human Rights International. The Campaign -- active in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Ghana since 2006 and now expanding to Togo and Ethiopia -- is a growing initiative designed to inspire and equip young people to create futures worth living in their communities and countries. For more information, please see www.africanleadershipcampaign.org.


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Again with the domain proxy, what legitimate organization doesn't want anyone to know who owns the domain name?   (/^I^\)

There is a bit more info here: http://forums.whyweprotest.net/15-media/tim-bowles-yhri-front-african-human-rights-leadership-campaign-61464/

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