Human Rights Unity

“I’m not a politician and I don’t have a personal agenda. On the other hand, I am prepared to respond to the call of the French people by taking the leadership of France in 2022 under one condition: that of accepting a term of office limited to 36 months, with a referendum at the end of that term for the citizens of France to decide whether or not they want to continue with my leadership to end the official term of 5 years.”

Philippe Argillier
President of Human Rights Unity

The content of this site will inform you about the structure of the RDH, Rassemblement des Droits de l’Homme in France, so that you can become familiar with our ideology.

Our American representatives will soon be replacing the content of the RDH, dealing with French politics, by the HRU program, domains of intervention and measures for the American people.

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The Strategy Sessions: Part I

Philippe Argillier explains the Shadow Government and the dynamic power of the Databanks.


Philippe Argillier aux États Unis : Quand la vérité s’exporte!!!


Employment subcommittee

 “A problem without solution is a poorly stated problem” – Albert Einstein

The Employment committee deals with all types of difficulties related to employment and unemployment.  We have observed for over 40 years:

The precariousness of employment and the instability of the market.

Lay-offs for the benefit of shareholders even when companies make profits.

The difficulty for housewives to return to the workforce after a long absence.

Work that is degrading, physically taxing (musculo-skeletal disorder), burn out, mental exhaustion.

The difficulty of young graduates with no work experience in finding a job due to having no practical experience.

The endemic difficulty of people over age 50 finding work.

Bosses of companies ready to recruit but who do not find manpower in certain sectors of activity.

Employees who are forced to hold down several jobs to get by and cannot make ends meet.

Vertical management that encourages neither spin-offs nor innovation and which kills growth.

The difficulty of changing jobs or entering another field resulting from the problems of vocational training, internships ….

We invite you to join this committee to share your experience and offer your solutions in employment.