International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is working to strengthen & support all Nations capacity to engage in sustainable development through educational access, relief programs, ecological & bioethical reflections & actions, while taking in to consideration the traditional, social & cultural values of each Nation. Promoting Human Rights Peace, Gender Equality, Health, Economic development, awareness regarding the rights of women, children & youth in developing nations & where ever needed.
Communities around the world have turned to music during the coronavirus crisis. From YouTube parodies to apartment block sing-a-longs, it can help maintain a sense of community. The origins of music and song are uncertain, though. With constraints on our movements and general way of life becoming more and more restricted, we are feeling a loss of control not experienced since the second world war.
In being confined to our homes, we are missing our normal social support from friends and family, and our freedom to control our day-to-day lives. But making music provides a means to regain control. People have become more spiritual now, and have begun finding more and more self-motivational tactics to keep their mind off the disease. And this is apparent from the kind of music that is being heard these days, the kind of playlists that are in vogue.
Secretary General IHRCProf. h.c. Rafal Marcin Wasik & Queen Nadia Harihiri has recently adopted & endorsed a MENTOR THEME SONG sung my late JESSICA HAYNIE. Jessica Haynie, was one of the talent from the San Francisco Bay Area. She won numerous awards and donated the proceeds to the Cancer Foundation. She was the idea person to perform the Mentor Theme Song. She had a very unique voice that touched many lives. Unfortunately Jessica Haynie passed away suddenly in May 2019.
The MENTOR THEME SONG was written by Semmie Lee. Sammie Lee wrote numerous songs, but the Mentor Theme Song was his most gifted. The song received numerous awards and recognition. In fact, former President George W. Bush embraced his song with a letter of praise in the year of 2002. The song was also recognized by the White House, United States Congress, the state of California and New Zealand. Sammie, is also a retired California Police Officer. He is also a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) which is the largest performing rights society in the entire world. I have been a member since 1991 as a Songwriter and Music Publisher.
IHRC will continue endorsing & appreciating HARD WORK & Professionals around the world.
Prof.h.c.Rafał Marcin Wasik
Secretary General IHRC