"Prenatal" Hope for Implementing Human RightsPRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 4 - 5 September 2008
NEW “PRENATAL” HOPE FOR IMPLEMENTING HUMAN RIGHTS ANNOUNCED AT 60TH BIRTHDAY ELEBRATION OF UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN PARIS THIS WEEK
“Natural Prenatal Education as a foundation for Human Rights” is being proposed as a new and highly effective means for attaining the goals of peace, security, freedom, health and well being for every individual as required by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
At the 60th birthday celebration in Paris this week civil society, nongovernmental organisation’s and governments are being urged to take into consideration the latest scientific discoveries which bring powerful solutions to the immense challenges facing humanity.
The Organisation Mondiale des Associations pour l’Education Prénatale, OMAEP which groups 17 national associations and enjoys consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, is bringing its new ideas to the round table work groups at the annual NGO congress at the
UNESCO Headquarters 2 - 5 September.
OMAEP insists that, “over the last thirty years we have witnessed immense changes in our societies including in our understanding of the human being.
Modern science confirms that the fundamental bases for human rights begin even before birth. “From the moment of conception, the experience in the womb shapes the
brain and lays the groundwork for personality, emotional temperament and the power of higher thought.” says pioneering expert Dr. Thomas Verny a Canadian psychiatrist in his revolutionary book, The Secret Life of the Unborn Child published more than a quarter of a century ago.
The NGO is calling for all sectors of society to inform and support those wishing to have children to meet the real physical, emotional and developmental needs of their offspring during the crucial period of development spent in the womb. This, they say, will assure that each human being will be given the best possible chances to live the human rights they
are entitled to as laid down in the Universal Declaration.
Any organisation or person who wishes further information please contact OMAEP (for a FREE DVD) or more information: Pilar Vizcaino email: email@example.com or the English speaking representative: Julie Gerland
OMAEP encourages journalists to contact the representatives in Paris this week for interviews: Vice-President of OMAEP Pilar Vizcaino on +34 67 64 29 844 (French/Spanish) Dr. Aurore Pernin on +33 (0) 683 43 99 42 (French)
or the English speaking representative Julie Gerland +33 (0) 607 91 66 42