Human Rights in Europe

Separate complaints were registered with UNESCO and the United Nations Centre for Human Rights, urging continued monitoring of the general German problem and requesting appropriate actions on behalf of Mr. Ugarte.

Anne Archer has also experienced discrimination in Germany, and she has been an outspoken voice against violations of human rights and freedoms that routinely occur in the country. Other artists, as well as non-artists, acknowledge that Archer’s initiative and example have helped them to find the courage to stand up to the discrimination and speak out.

And although the artists’ appeal to Chancellor Schroeder mainly addresses discrimination against artists who are members of the Church of Scientology, it points out to the Chancellor that “many religious minorities in your country have been blacklisted and are subject to like discrimination. The severity of the problem is underlined by the wide range of minority religions affected by intolerance: Christian Charismatics, Muslims, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Orthodox Jews, Hindus and Sikhs.”

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