"Human Affect" AD HOC UNIT: On Human Rights Learning        Through Art, Atletics and Science 

HUMAN RIGHTS LEARNING THROUGH ART, ATHLETICS and SCIENCE, (HRLTAAS) was passed through the Ye Ethiopia WiyenMahber Be Alem Council in 2006/2007 as the Human Rights foundation for promotion of the International organizations constitutional Human Rights Mission Component. 

Sandra Nelson, the International President, Founded the HRLTAAS initiative and fought that it be established through the NGO's Constitutional International Unit Body as an AD HOC UNIT so that the initiative could include members from all Nationalities, Jurisdictions, Countries, Member States, Sovereign, etc. to assist in finding responsible solutions that plague the Human Planet.

Mrs. Zongo wrote a play titled "Human Affect" which is the initiatives policy that utilizes theatre, dance, song, lyrics, visual art, poetry, written word, graffiti art and martial arts which she trademarked as "Policy in Action".  This innovative Policy is Active and each the "Human Affect" is performed the theatrical musical play advocates for the Human Rights of all through is artistic performance.

 

Policy In Action

 

POLICY IN ACTION states that Human Rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever ones nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status.  We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination.  These civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.

 

HUMAN AFFECT – THE PLAY AND ITS NATURE

The original script, written by Sandra “Akiwa Gizzle” Nelson, titled Human Affect is a fictional setting based on stories which emulate Human Rights Concerns that echo around the world throughout all continents.

 

The stories which encompass Human Affect speak on Human Rights Concerns in the areas of…

1.  Domestic Abuse/Violence Against Women

2.  Economic,Social, Environmental and Ecological Sustainability/Human Right to have Sustainable food, clothing, shelter and clean/healthy water

3.  Racism/Tolerance

4.  Human Trafficking /Trading and Selling Young Girls and Boys for the Sex Trade

5.  Child Soldiers In Combat/Child Rights

6.  Homelessness/Eradication of Poverty

7.  HIV/AIDS and other Diseases

8.  Climate Change in the midst of Environment Destruction/Natural Disasters

9.   Indigenous Issues Awareness, Preservation and Promotion/Sovereign Rights

10. Women’s Birth Health/Rights of the Child (Water as a Human Right)

 Human Rights Learning Through the Art of Theatre carries several components that are essential tools which can be utilized in correcting many social, economic and environmental challenges affecting the international human population.

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YEWMBA and Human Affect, in partnership with Lotus Beauty Mary Kay, empower each youth that enters the "Youth Peace Ambassador" United Nations Civil Society Intensive 12 month internship with their very own Louts Beauty Mary Kay Economic Empowerment Business Kit. 

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Upon completion of the Internship they keep they keep their Lotus Beauty Mary Kay Economic Empowerment Business Kit and are able to pursue their career as a Humanitarian without financial concerns.

Empowerment of Youth and Girls supports their human development, offers them peace from within and gives them a foundation of human sustainability that they will carry throughout their lives.

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"Human Affect" AD HOC UNIT: On Human Rights Learning        Through Art, Atletics and Science 

HUMAN RIGHTS LEARNING THROUGH ART, ATHLETICS and SCIENCE, (HRLTAAS) was passed through the Ye Ethiopia WiyenMahber Be Alem Council in 2006/2007 as the Human Rights foundation for promotion of the International organizations constitutional Human Rights Mission Component. 

Sandra Nelson, the International President, Founded the HRLTAAS initiative and fought that it be established through the NGO's Constitutional International Unit Body as an AD HOC UNIT so that the initiative could include members from all Nationalities, Jurisdictions, Countries, Member States, Sovereign, etc. to assist in finding responsible solutions that plague the Human Planet.

Mrs. Zongo wrote a play titled "Human Affect" which is the initiatives policy that utilizes theatre, dance, song, lyrics, visual art, poetry, written word, graffiti art and martial arts which she trademarked as "Policy in Action".  This innovative Policy is Active and each the "Human Affect" is performed the theatrical musical play advocates for the Human Rights of all through is artistic performance.

 

Policy In Action

 

POLICY IN ACTION states that Human Rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever ones nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status.  We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination.  These civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.

 

HUMAN AFFECT – THE PLAY AND ITS NATURE

The original script, written by Sandra “Akiwa Gizzle” Nelson, titled Human Affect is a fictional setting based on stories which emulate Human Rights Concerns that echo around the world throughout all continents.

 

The stories which encompass Human Affect speak on Human Rights Concerns in the areas of…

1.  Domestic Abuse/Violence Against Women

2.  Economic,Social, Environmental and Ecological Sustainability/Human Right to have Sustainable food, clothing, shelter and clean/healthy water

3.  Racism/Tolerance

4.  Human Trafficking /Trading and Selling Young Girls and Boys for the Sex Trade

5.  Child Soldiers In Combat/Child Rights

6.  Homelessness/Eradication of Poverty

7.  HIV/AIDS and other Diseases

8.  Climate Change in the midst of Environment Destruction/Natural Disasters

9.   Indigenous Issues Awareness, Preservation and Promotion/Sovereign Rights

10. Women’s Birth Health/Rights of the Child (Water as a Human Right)

 Human Rights Learning Through the Art of Theatre carries several components that are essential tools which can be utilized in correcting many social, economic and environmental challenges affecting the international human population.

"Human Affect" AD HOC UNIT: On Human Rights Learning        Through Art, Atletics and Science 

HUMAN RIGHTS LEARNING THROUGH ART, ATHLETICS and SCIENCE, (HRLTAAS) was passed through the Ye Ethiopia WiyenMahber Be Alem Council in 2006/2007 as the Human Rights foundation for promotion of the International organizations constitutional Human Rights Mission Component. 

Sandra Nelson, the International President, Founded the HRLTAAS initiative and fought that it be established through the NGO's Constitutional International Unit Body as an AD HOC UNIT so that the initiative could include members from all Nationalities, Jurisdictions, Countries, Member States, Sovereign, etc. to assist in finding responsible solutions that plague the Human Planet.

Mrs. Zongo wrote a play titled "Human Affect" which is the initiatives policy that utilizes theatre, dance, song, lyrics, visual art, poetry, written word, graffiti art and martial arts which she trademarked as "Policy in Action".  This innovative Policy is Active and each the "Human Affect" is performed the theatrical musical play advocates for the Human Rights of all through is artistic performance.

 

Policy In Action

 

POLICY IN ACTION states that Human Rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever ones nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status.  We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination.  These civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.

 

HUMAN AFFECT – THE PLAY AND ITS NATURE

The original script, written by Sandra “Akiwa Gizzle” Nelson, titled Human Affect is a fictional setting based on stories which emulate Human Rights Concerns that echo around the world throughout all continents.

 

The stories which encompass Human Affect speak on Human Rights Concerns in the areas of…

1.  Domestic Abuse/Violence Against Women

2.  Economic,Social, Environmental and Ecological Sustainability/Human Right to have Sustainable food, clothing, shelter and clean/healthy water

3.  Racism/Tolerance

4.  Human Trafficking /Trading and Selling Young Girls and Boys for the Sex Trade

5.  Child Soldiers In Combat/Child Rights

6.  Homelessness/Eradication of Poverty

7.  HIV/AIDS and other Diseases

8.  Climate Change in the midst of Environment Destruction/Natural Disasters

9.   Indigenous Issues Awareness, Preservation and Promotion/Sovereign Rights

10. Women’s Birth Health/Rights of the Child (Water as a Human Right)

 Human Rights Learning Through the Art of Theatre carries several components that are essential tools which can be utilized in correcting many social, economic and environmental challenges affecting the international human population.