Church of Scientology Activities
NEW YORK •
Youth from 33 nations attended the three-day 12th annual summit of Youth for Human Rights International at UN headquarters in New York to hone their skills for human rights advocacy. The summit was co-organized by Youth for Human Rights International and the Human Rights Department of the Church of Scientology International
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS •
Citizens Commission on Human Rights educating legal community on predatory psychiatric practices at American Bar Association conference.
CAPE COAST, GHANA •
Wrapping up six weeks in Cape Coast the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour leaves behind people whose lives are changed along with a new Volunteer Ministers group to carry on their work
PADOVA, ITALY •
Italy’s Church of Scientology of Padova joins Community-Wide International Friendship Day celebration, crowning peace march with luncheon acknowledging the common goals of the diverse Padova community.
BERLIN, GERMANY •
Volunteers from German Churches and Missions reach youth throughout the country with the Truth About Drugs Dedicated to shielding youth in their country from the harmful effects of drug abuse and addiction, German Scientologists took full advantage of the summer months to get out the truth about drugs throughout the country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. •
Volunteers promote drug-free living, detailed in The Truth about Drugs, throughout nation’s capital on National Night Out
BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA •
Since its spectacular grand opening July 7, the new Church of Scientology of Bogotá has been carrying out its promise, including bringing the Truth About Drugs campaign to Colombia’s leaders to work together to end the drug epidemic ravaging the country.
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM •
Friendship Day celebration at the Brussels branch of the Churches of Scientology for Europe features The Way to Happiness—a guidebook for creating a world built on honesty, trust and self-respect.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON •
Church of Scientology Seattle’s National Night Out block party brings community together with law enforcement, first responders.
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA •
Since its July 16 grand opening, the new United for Human Rights center on Fort Harrison Avenue in Clearwater, Florida, has been creating an impact throughout the region by putting a spotlight on the global issue.
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA •
Opened July 11, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World center in downtown Clearwater, Florida, is mobilizing community action in a region plagued by drug abuse.
IRANDUBA, BRAZIL •
As humanitarian tour prepares to take off following torrential rains, it leaves behind a team of trained Volunteer Ministers to carry on their work.
Work to help the country recover from devastating earthquakes expands with opening of a Scientology Volunteer Ministers tent.
NEW YORK CITY •
A drug-free Dominican Republic is the dream of a team of volunteers who marched through streets of New York City during annual celebration.
The new Volunteer Minister center in Kathmandu is a busy crossroads, providing training to young volunteers from across Nepal to establish and operate Volunteer Ministers groups in villages throughout the country.
SOUTH LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA •
Through Truth About Drugs, the Church of Scientology of Inglewood, California, is working with community groups to tackle the scourge of drug abuse.
KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN •
Church of Scientology of Kaohsiung Volunteer Ministers provide training to 30 local policemen and precinct staff in techniques used in responding to needs of local residents after deadly catastrophe.
KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN •
Officials, community and religious leaders work together to bring The Truth About Drugs to every child, teen in Taiwan.
JALAPA, GUATEMALA •
Completing its July 2015 tour in the Central American nation of Guatemala, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Latin America Goodwill Tour establishes five new groups in the country to carry on their work of bringing effective help to one and all.
The Youth for Human Rights group sponsored by the Brussels branch of the Churches of Scientology for Europe believes in human rights education.