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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY MISSION HELPS TEACHERS TACKLE BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS

KAOHSIUNG,TAIWANSUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2013

Elementary school teachers in Kaohsiung attended a seminar based on The Way to Happiness, a nonreligious moral code based entirely on common sense, written by author, humanitarian and Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard.

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SCIENTOLOGISTS INTRODUCE HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION TO ECUADOR SCHOOLS, POLICE

ECUADORSATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2013

Injecting tolerance and compassion into Ecuadorian society with the human rights initiative supported by the Church of Scientology.

Over the past three years, hundreds of thousands of Ecuadorian students have learned the basic principles enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through a human rights education programs supported by the Church of Scientology.

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THE WAY TO HAPPINESS—TARGETING VIOLENCE IN JUAREZ

JUAREZ, MEXICOFRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2013

Juarez, Mexico, was known as the murder capital of the world. But the homicide rate has declined by 45 percent since the broad distribution of The Way to Happiness, a booklet featured in a new brochure published by the Church of Scientology.

Twenty-year-old Juan Carlos Martinez looked out across the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez and wondered what had happened to the place where he was raised.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF ROME HOSTS HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE

ROME, ITALY THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013

The Church of Scientology of Rome and Association for Human Rights and Tolerance of Italy co-hosted a human rights conference and open house May 30, 2013, that spotlighted plight for the people of Tibet.

Tibetan exile and human rights advocate Mr. Gelek Yakar, president of the Mandala Project Center, was the special guest speaker at a human rights conference and open house May 30, 2013, at the Church of Scientology of Rome.

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SCIENTOLOGY VOLUNTEERS TRAIN VENEZUELA EDUCATORS ON THE WAY TO HAPPINESS

CARACAS, VENEZUELAWEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2013

Venezuela educators gained valuable tools to help their students at the first The Way to Happiness Educators’ Convention in Caracas.

More than 400 educators participated in the first The Way to Happiness Educators’ Convention at Santa Maria University in Caracas, Venezuela, June 1, 2013, where they learned to conduct character education classes based on The Way to Happiness.

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HUMAN RIGHTS HERO AWARDED AT EVENT HOSTED BY CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF MILAN

MILAN, ITALYTUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2013

The Venerable Tenzin Bagdro, Tibetan monk and champion of Tibetan independence, was recognized with an Association for Human Rights and Tolerance Italy Human Rights Hero Award at a conference hosted by the Church of Scientology of Milan.

The Association for Human Rights and Tolerance of Italy held a human rights conference and awards ceremony May 24, 2103, to honor the Venerable Tenzin Bagdro, Tibetan monk and champion of Tibetan independence.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF LONDON COMBATS DRUG ABUSE

LONDONMONDAY, JUNE 17, 2013

The Church of Scientology of London held a drug education and prevention forum to tackle the epidemic of drug abuse.

Representatives from law enforcement, community groups and NGOs gathered in the Chapel of the Church of Scientology of London on May 29 to discuss, coordinate and plan actions to tackle the epidemic of drug abuse.

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MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST—THOMAS MAIB

GERMANYMONDAY, JUNE 17, 2013

The Church of Scientology has published its latest video June 17, 2013, on www.scientology.org and the YouTube Scientology video channel, “Meet a Scientologist” Thomas Maib.

Thomas Maib was still attending university when he heard about Scientology—a friend brought it to his attention.

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SCIENTOLOGY-SUPPORTED HUMAN RIGHTS INITIATIVE BRINGING REFORM TO NEPAL

NEPALWEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2013

Youth for Human Rights, a program supported by the Church of Scientology, is bringing human rights awareness to Nepal.

Motivated by the May 2012 findings of the U.S. State Department Human Rights Report, over the past year Youth for Human Rights Nepal has introduced human rights education to Nepalese security forces.

The State Department report stated the country’s “most significant human rights problem were abuses committed by the security forces (including members of the Nepal Army, Nepal Police, and Armed Police Force).”

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THE WAY TO HAPPINESS HELPING PRISON INMATES REFORM

UNITED STATES OF AMERICAMONDAY, JUNE 10, 2013

A nonreligious moral code that helps prisoners take stock of their lives is the subject of a new brochure published by the Church of Scientology.

The average cost of incarcerating one inmate in the United States in 2010 was $31,286. In a study conducted in 40 American states and published by the Center on Sentencing and Corrections, the cost to taxpayers was $39 billion annually.

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SCIENTOLOGY CENTER OF TEL AVIV HELPS RAMLA TEENS LEARN THEIR RIGHTS

TEL AVIV, ISRAELSUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013

More than 100 youth attended human rights lectures at the Scientology Center of Tel Aviv.

More than 100 teens from the city of Ramla learned of the 30 rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through seminars provided by the Public Affairs Department of the Scientology Center of Tel Aviv.

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MARATHON FOR A DRUG-FREE UK SUPPORTED BY CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY

UNITED KINGDOMSATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2013

The Marathon for a Drug-Free UK completed a grueling 26-day, 965 km (600 mile) race from the tip of England to Edinburgh, Scotland, to promote drug-free living in the United Kingdom.

A team of runners spent the better part of May 2013 on a 965 km (600 mile) run to promote drug-free living—the Marathon for a Drug-Free UK.

The initiative was held under the banner of the Truth About Drugs, a program supported by the Church of Scientology that raises awareness of drugs and their effects.

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SCIENTOLOGISTS UNITE TO COMBAT VIOLENCE IN VENEZUELA

VENEZUELAFRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2013

Venezuela violent crime rate prompts massive distribution of The Way to Happiness funded by donations from Scientologists around the world.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY HONORS TIBETAN FREEDOM FIGHTER

TIBETTHURSDAY, JUNE 6, 2013

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.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY RECOGNIZES TAMPA BAY VOLUNTEERS

CLEARWATER, FLORIDAMONDAY, JUNE 3, 2013

Deserving Tampa Bay area volunteers were presented with the President’s Volunteer Service Awards at the National Volunteer Week celebration at the Fort Harrison religious retreat of the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization.

In celebration of National Volunteer Week, Tampa Bay volunteers were recognized April 24 at the Fort Harrison religious retreat of the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY PASADENA HOSTS FORUM TO TACKLE TEEN DRUG ABUSE

PASADENA, CASUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2013

Pasadena leaders at the Truth About Drugs Prevention Forum at the Church of Scientology of Pasadena April 20 joined forces in fight against drug epidemic.

More than 80 civic, community and religious leaders representing over a dozen groups and associations attended a Truth About Drugs Prevention Forum April 20 at the Church of Scientology of Pasadena. The purpose: to tackle rising teen drug abuse in the Pasadena area.

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UNITED FOR HUMAN RIGHTS FLORIDA VOLUNTEER EARNS PRESIDENTIAL AWARD

FLORIDASATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2013

Gracia Bennish, President of United for Human Rights Florida, is an active proponent of human rights education and the care of victims of human trafficking. Her 640 hours of volunteer service last year earned her a President’s Volunteer Service Award.

Gracia Bennish received a well-deserved acknowledgement April 24, 2013, for her 640 hours of volunteer service last year—a President’s Volunteer Service Award, presented at a National Volunteer Week celebration at the Fort Harrison religious retreat of the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF PRETORIA RELEASES NEW DRUG PREVENTION BROCHURE

PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICANFRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013

Introducing the Truth About Drugs to government, community, and religious leaders in South Africa’s capital

To make effective drug prevention broadly available in every sector of South African society, the Church of Scientology of Pretoria invited government, community and religious leaders to attend an open house and presentation April 13, 2013, on the Truth About Drugs, the drug prevention initiative the Church supports.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY PADOVA HOLDS THE WAY TO HAPPINESS OPEN HOUSE

PADOVA, ITALYTHURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013

New Scientology Church in Padova, Italy, promotes aligned community action to lower crime and improve moral values

At a conference and open house April 27, at the new Church of Scientology of Padova, Italy, Church officials released a new brochure aimed at uplifting the community and lowering crime rates.

The brochure, Scientology: How We Help—Creating a World of Honesty, Trust & Self Respect, describes The Way to Happiness, a nonreligious moral code that is improving the quality of lives the world over.

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NEW SCIENTOLOGY BROCHURE FEATURES UKRAINE TUTORING PROGRAM

UKRAINEWEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2013

Logos, an Applied Scholastics tutoring program in the Ukraine featured in a new brochure published by the Church of Scientology, raised passing rates on state exams to 94 percent from the previous 40 percent average.

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