Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council Chairman Advocates for Human Rights at 75th Anniversary Celebration

London: In a momentous celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Raja Sikander Khan, Chairman of Pakistan & Kashmiri outfit Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council, stood as a distinguished guest at the United for Human Rights event. Held at the Church of Scientology in London City, the commemorative event brought together community leaders, organizational representatives, and individuals from diverse backgrounds to champion the cause of human rights.

The event, skillfully hosted by Tracey Coleman, a Public Relations Officer at the Church of Scientology, was a collaborative effort led by Coleman and her dedicated team, including Sarah and Graeme Wilson, both office bearers at the Church of Scientology. Attendees were treated to a thoughtful program that not only highlighted the significance of the 75th Human Rights Day but also underscored the shared commitment to upholding the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Various luminaries took the stage to read articles from the declaration, emphasizing the need for global unity in safeguarding human rights. Among the distinguished speakers were Lord Duncan McNair, Advocate Shaherbano Bukhari (Co-Founder of Progressive Voices and a respected lawyer), Cllr Moazzam Ali Sandhu Advocate, Ali JAVED (Director at Stop the Human Trafficking), Sanjeev Kumar MBE (General Secretary Shri Guru Ravidass Sangat Luton), and Syeda M. Kousar of Dhanak London, alongside Raja Zeeshan and several others.

Chairman Raja Sikander Khan, in his impassioned address, expressed his commitment, along with the Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council, to raise their voices against human rights violations occurring worldwide. He urged everyone present to join in the collective effort to speak out against oppression and injustice, emphasizing the fundamental birthright of all individuals to live freely without fear.

The event served as a powerful platform for advocates, community leaders, and individuals alike to come together in solidarity for the cause of human rights, embodying the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on its 75th anniversary.

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