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Zakaria El Hamel leads a nationwide campaign to bring human rights awareness to Morocco.
Daniel Okello is a Volunteer Minister helping the people of Kenya to create a better society.
Carmelita Haynes leads a movement to fight moral decay and uplift all Arubans throughout the island.
Rahul KC visits schoolyards and lobbies in the halls of power to help eradicate human rights abuses.
Clement Manfouo brings the message of human rights to some of the poorest areas of South Africa.
Lance Dyer leads the fight to stop the legal distribution of synthetic cannabinoids in the US.
Rev. Shadrack Lekoana introduces Scientology tools to uplift the lives of millions in South Africa.
Oreste Depaoli survived his battle with drugs to become a leader in Italy’s anti-drug movement.
Activists fighting the corruption and abuses of the psychiatric industry in Hungary.
Miao-Hsiang Lin is a schoolteacher leading a popular movement to restore moral values in Taiwan.
Julieta Santagostino started a movement in Florida to educate kids on the dangers of drugs.
Kim Bey introduces The Way to Happiness in Washington, DC, to help reverse rising crime and despair.
Glory Matipile works to rescue victims of human trafficking and to raise awareness of human rights.
David Sanchez, a former drug addict, educates kids on the dangers of drugs.
Travis Ellis is a passionate advocate for human rights on a mission to help others.
Barry Paul starts an impactful movement that educates young Kenyans on the dangers of drugs.
Justin Drach is a Florida-based attorney fighting widespread abuses of the psychiatric industry.
Rosalba Cordero campaigns in schools and prisons across Mexico teaching basic moral values.
Anton Batalin and Anastasiia Vilinskaya are fighting psychiatric abuse and corruption in Ukraine.
An anti-drug activist who’s educating youth on the dangers of drugs is succeeding in Colombia.
Naseema Qureshi is working to bridge the differences between religious groups in Sri Lanka.
Nfamara Jawneh is credited with helping to usher in a new era of democracy in The Gambia.
Maite Marques leads the battle to educate Filipino youth on the devastating effects of street drugs.
Cynthia Guerra leads a nationwide program to educate Guatemalans on their human rights.
Bernd Trepping and Nicola Cramer take on the abusive psychiatric industry in Germany.
Braulio Vargas leads a nationwide campaign to promote human rights across Costa Rica.
One man takes on the drug culture by educating the country’s youth on the deadly dangers of drugs.
Diana Pedroni’s movement to strengthen moral values among families is proving successful.
Ole Hemmingsholt introduced an educational method that has helped thousands throughout Europe.
Simone Hsu began a movement to respect human rights in Taiwan and it’s spreading throughout Asia.
Jim Van Hill advocates for children’s rights against the pharmaceutical and psychiatric industries.
Darren Tessitore dedicates himself to educating millions of kids on the dangers of drugs.
In Honduras, educator Eduardo Sabillon’s work to restore moral values is creating a safer country.
Wil Seabrook performs life-changing rock concerts that raise human rights awareness.
Elena Bludova introduced a teaching method that helps thousands of Ukrainians learn English.
Brian Daniels is exposing the dark side of the psychiatric industry in the United Kingdom.
María Lara uses her star power to spread a message of hope throughout Latin America.
Mylène Escudier is leading the fight against psychiatric abuse by educating the public in France.
Raúl Arias leads the battle against human trafficking in Mexico by educating the youth.
Michael DeLeon travels across the country educating millions of people about the dangers of drugs.
Sheena Chohan is a successful Indian actress who’s using her fame to raise human rights awareness.
Fred Shaw leads a nationwide campaign to end the psychiatric industry’s abuses of children.
Jorge Perez spreads a message of morality to millions and is reaping amazing results.
Dr. Olatunde Odewumi is combatting illiteracy in Nigeria with a new method of education.
Vasu Yajnik’s inspirational story of how she’s combating the culture of drug use in India.
Janice Storey educates the people of Baja California Sur on the dangers of drugs.
Allison Folmar fights for the rights of families who refuse to give their kids antipsychotic drugs.
To end sex trafficking, Christopher King educates kids on the importance of knowing their human rights.
Khai Aziz is a legendary punk rock musician educating at-risk youth on the dangers of drugs.
Dan and Ari Agami introduced a revolutionary system of learning that’s helping students succeed.
Lee Spiller is a Texas cowboy who is taking on “bullies” in the psychiatric industry.
A brother and sister team up to end the violence between the Colombian rebels and the government.
Meghan Fialkoff leads a popular program educating innercity schoolchildren on the dangers of drugs.
A former drug dealer uses The Way to Happiness to tackle the gang problem in Denver, Colorado.
A look at the major disaster relief response organized by Scientology Volunteer Minister Binod Sharma after a devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Diane Stein takes on the psychiatric industry and their agenda to profit off children and families.
Air Force officer enlists in the battle against gangs by targeting the drug trade that fuels them.
Minister Tony Muhammad builds a peace movement among notorious warring gangs in South Los Angeles.
Nigerian man’s remarkable journey to spread the knowledge of human rights throughout his country.
Dr. Beatriz Villarreal educates a Latino immigrant community on the dangerous effects of drugs.
Tamara Batalha uses proven study technology that brings hope to students and parents.
Mary Shuttleworth educates young people around the world on the importance of human rights.
A former addict leads a movement to educate others on the devastating effects of drugs.
The simple message of a Zambian priest has a profound impact in helping impoverished communities.