Church of Scientology Honors Tibetan Freedom Fighter
New brochure, Scientology: How We Help—United for Human Rights, Making Human Rights a Global Reality, released at a conference honoring Tibetan monk the Venerable Tenzin Bagdro, a Tibetal monk and champion of Tibet independence.
The Church of Scientology Padova released a new publication, Scientology: How We Help—United for Human Rights, Making Human Rights a Global Reality, at a conference May 25, 2013, held in the Chapel of their new Church, in honor of the Venerable Tenzin Bagdro, a Tibetan monk and champion of Tibet independence.
Local community and government officials joined the Scientologists in honoring Ven. Bagdro for his work to further the human rights of the people of Tibet. He is an outspoken advocate of Tibetan independence and author of the book A Hell on Earth, which describes the plight of prisoners of conscience who are tortured for their religious and political beliefs.
Scientologists on five continents engage in collaborative efforts with government agencies and nongovernmental organizations to bring about broad-scale awareness and implementation of the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the world’s premier human rights document.
The Church of Scientology Padova dedicated its new Church in the beautifully restored 18th-century Villa Francesconi-Lanza at Via Potevigodarzere in October 2012. An Ideal Scientology Organization, its facilities are configured to service Scientologists and serve as a home for the entire community—a meeting ground of cooperative effort to uplift citizens of all denominations.
The Church of Scientology published Scientology: How We Help—United for Human Rights, Making Human Rights a Global Reality, to meet requests for more information about the human rights education and awareness initiative the Church supports. To learn more, visit www.Scientology.org/humanrights .
Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote, “Human rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream,” and the Scientology religion is based on the principles of human rights. The Code of a Scientologist calls on all members of the religion to dedicate themselves “to support true humanitarian endeavors in the fields of human rights.”