We offer a variety of educational approaches to give teachers and/or students answers to their questions about our philosophy and/or our many social and humanitarian actions.
Every year, we are invited by several teachers to give presentations in their classrooms, or they offer their students to attend some of our activities in order to help them achieve their assignments in classes of philosophy, religion, sociology, etc. We offer you the opportunity to discover the foundations of our philosophy, and several social and humanitarian actions in which we are involved. Several options are available: classroom lecture, videoconference or meeting with students, etc.
Do not hesitate to contact us so we can find the option that will best suit your pedagogic needs.
“Thank you very much for accepting my invitation to meet with the students in my course: UFOs: History and Reality, on March 12th. The hour you spent with the class, explaining the Raelian movement’s origins and purpose, was informative and very well presented. I was impressed by your understanding of your movement, your clarity of expression, and your commitment to its purposes. The class was equally appreciative. You were excellent representatives of your organization, and all of us appreciated your knowledge and commitment.”
Don C. Donderi, Associate Professor (Retired), McGill University Department of Psychology
“I would like to thank you and your fellow (and sister) Raelians for your excellent presentations to my class at McGill University and at Concordia University this term. The fact that eight of my students chose to write their final research paper on the Raelian Movement is a good indication of the strong interest your lecture elicited.
Also, I would like to thank the Raelian Movement more generally for cooperating over the years with my student’s research projects and my efforts to educate them in the field of new religions.
It was in 1987 that I first met the Raelians. Since then, over the years, my contact with the movement has been very fruitful, resulting in a book (Aliens Adored, Rael’s UFO Religion (Rutgers, 2004), several published chapters and encyclopedia entries, and in many exciting field trips with my students to Raelian meetings. These in turn have resulted in lively field reports, interviews and many fascinating invited Raelian guest speakers in my classes at Dawson College, Concordia University, and now McGill University to present their alternative world view.
I have recommended the Raelians as guest speakers to my colleagues at Dawson College and at McGill University. They were all impressed by how well-organized the lectures were, and by the response from the students, who asked intelligent questions that generated lively discussions on controversial topics such as the ethics of human cloning, nuclear disarmament, transhumanism, evolution versus creationism, and the possibility of intelligent life on other planets.
I will continue to invite the Raelians to my classes and to recommend them as guest lecturers to my colleagues.”
Susan J. Palmer, Ph.D. Affililate Professor, Concordia University, Department of Religions and Cultures
Our humanitarian commitment
The Raelian philosophy promotes universal values adapted to our time, embracing science as its religion, in order to allow human beings to live happily, be creative and blossom. Here are six causes we could present to your students:
1min4peace.org – One minute for Peace: meditation campaign
“What we think, what we say and what we feel influence everything on Earth. By sending waves of peace and love, with this powerful transmitter that is our brain, we have the power to pacify the planet.” – Maitreya Rael
paradism.org – A world without work or money
Thanks to science and technology, placed at the service of the betterment of humanity, Paradism will free human beings from the slavery of work, money and power. Therefore, Paradism is a new political and economic system that will make this planet a true paradise.
clitoraid.org – Aid to the victims of FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)
Clitoraid has already given many women, victims of excision, the opportunity to benefit from a surgery in order to restore their clitoris and help them to regain their sense of dignity.
nomorearmies.org – For a civilized and non-militarized peaceful world
No More Armies is a project working towards the elimination of armies, which essentially foment violence and human suffering, in addition to jeopardizing the very survival of humanity.
gotopless.org – The right to be Topless for All!
GoTopless is an international organization, including men and women, that advocates women’s equal right to be bare-breasted in public places wherever men are allowed to do so.
proswastika.org – Rehabilitation of the swastika
Contrary to popular belief, the swastika is a spiritual and peaceful symbol. It is found in almost every major religion and civilization on Earth. Proswastika aims to restore the original and true meaning of this symbol.
SexEd Day – Childhood Sexual Education
In 2009, UNESCO published a scientific report containing international guidelines for sexual education from the age of 5, including the concepts of masturbation, the importance of interpersonal relationships, the relationship to pleasure, diversity, health and sexual reproduction.
Unfortunately, this report was censored as a result of religious pressure, which in particular made the importance of masturbation disappear.
The aim of the SexEd Day Raelian Campaign is therefore to support and encourage UNESCO to keep the report in its entirety, and to remind politicians, teachers or parents that sexual education is a necessity for the healthy development of children, with the aim of creating a respectful, free and guilt free world.
BackToKama.org – Back To Kama
Back to Kama (BTK) is a voluntary immigration campaign that encourages educated and wealthy people of all races and religions, descendants or not of slaves, to voluntarily transfer to Kama their knowledge, businesses and wealth legitimately accumulated in “America” or on other continents.
This campaign could not only solve the economic crisis faced by most of the nations of Kama, but would also provide redress for slavery and colonization that have still not been recognized as crimes against humanity.
Kama is the original name of Africa, used by the indigenous people.
First Nations Fraternity – First Nations Fraternity
Fraternity First Nations is a Raelian committee that supports the First Nations peoples in their efforts to reconcile and “live together”. The Raelian philosophy advocates the restitution of land, the resurrection of customs, religions, indigenous languages and the federation into a united continent that incorporates all original and immigrant populations into harmony and social justice.
The Raelian Movement, its origin & mission
The Raelian Movement is an atheist religion whose goal is to spread around the world the Message about the genesis of life on Earth given to Rael. This message explains how the Elohim scient
The Elohim, extraterrestrial humans, asked Rael to spread this revolutionary information, with the ultimate goal of building an Embassy to welcome them. If humanity is ready to meet them, they will return bringing with them all the past Prophets of our history, including Jesus, Moses, Buddha and Muhammad who are kept alive scientifically. This is the mission of the Raelian Movement.
This website will give you the dates of the various activities taking place in your area: celebrations and ceremonies, monthly gatherings, meditations for peace, online meditations and Happiness Academies.
Check out our Event Calendar.