Scientology

Linda Wieland

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Charity Talent Show at the Scientology Community Centre

​​Local artists join Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists, the Jive Aces, last week for the Golden Heart Charity Talent Show at the Scientology Community Centre in South Dublin. The program raised nearly €8,000 to provide life-saving gifts to sports clubs. Joining the…

The Church of Scientology Celebrates With the Latino Community

 People from more than 140 countries, speaking 224 different identified languages, currently call Los Angeles home. And as the Church of Scientology makes its facilities available to nonprofits for their events, there is a wide variety of celebrations hosted there throughout…

Celebrating the Birth of Dianetics in a Year of Explosive Expansion

The publication of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health on May 9, 1950, unleashed “a full-scale explosion,” as newspapers of the day phrased it. The book immediately hit the New York Times bestseller list and remained there for 26 consecutive weeks. It was unquestionably…

Volunteer Ministers Reach Out With Unconditional Help

Volunteer Ministers of Scientology Churches in cities around the world set up their bright yellow tents each week to help. The Volunteer Ministers live by the motto that no matter what people may be running into, “Something can be done about it.” A…

44-Day Run Through Hungary in the Name of a Drug-Free Country

The Drug-Free Hungary Marathon is not only the largest sports-related drug prevention campaign in Hungary, it is one of the largest in Europe. Team members run for 44 days, traveling to towns and cities throughout the entire country.  In each town they…

Bringing the Truth About Drugs to the Commonwealth Games

As April approached and the Gold Coast prepared to host the Commonwealth Games for the first time, a team of volunteers rallied to make an impact on Australia’s spiraling drug abuse problem. With hundreds of thousands expected to attend the multi-sport…

Protecting the Next Generation From Domestic Violence

Claudia Fernandes is taking a stand against domestic violence in Porto, Portugal. More than 450 women have been killed in Portugal through domestic violence over the past 12 years. In 2016, the country registered 22,773 cases of domestic violence — the equivalent…

Bringing the Truth About Drugs to the Frank Shorter 5K RACE4 Kids' Health

Thousands of runners of all ages participated in the Frank Shorter 5K RACE4Kids’ Health and the Foundation for a Drug-Free World was there to cheer them on. The importance of drug education and prevention is highlighted by the news reported in the Denver…

Learning How to Talk to People About Drugs

The Foundation for a Drug-Free World held a World Health Day drug education workshop at the Brussels branch of the Churches of Scientology for Europe that not only introduced those attending to the Foundation’s booklets and films, it also gave them experience with presenting the…

Helping Secure a Humane Future in The Gambia

In the spirit of a new era for human rights in The Gambia under the leadership of President Adama Barrow, the 15th Annual Youth for Human Rights International World Tour joined forces with officials and nonprofits in the country to…

CCHR Exhibit: Experts Expose Psychiatric Abuse in Rome

Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) brought Psychiatry: An Industry of Death traveling exhibit to Palazzo Velli in Rome’s Sant’Egidio Square in the historic center of the city to raise awareness about psychiatric abuse and violations of human rights. Dr. Maria D’Oronzo, psychologist…

This is Not the Marijuana They Smoked at Woodstock

​​​The Church of Scientology Pasadena hosted a seminar April 7 to promote drug education as a way anyone can help in the face of the drug epidemic. The seminar featured the Foundation for a Drug-Free World’s Truth About Drugs initiative.…

Extending a Warm Welcome at the Bright Yellow Tent

​On a brisk Saturday afternoon, a few blocks from Antwerp's famous train station, those visiting the Scientology Volunteer Ministers tent came to understand why the group's motto is "Something can be done about it." Ten Volunteer Ministers from Brussels reached out to…

A Race Against Drug Abuse in Taiwan

A Race Against Drug Abuse in Taiwan

More than a thousand participants and fans took part in an anti-drug road run in Kaohsiung, organized by the local chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World and Lions Clubs International. The Director-general of Kaohsiung City’s education bureau welcomed…

When a Bright Splash of Yellow Means Help

When a Bright Splash of Yellow Means Help

A team of Scientology Volunteer Ministers set up their bright yellow tent in the center of Modena this week to make it easy for people to access support for whatever they need. Inside the tent, they offered assistance with anything from family conflicts to workplace…

Bringing Human Rights to Life at Buffalo Women's Conference

Bringing Human Rights to Life at Buffalo Women's Conference

A workshop presented by the Buffalo chapter of Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) March 25 at the 4th Annual Women’s Conference, introduced attendees to their rights. Organized by the University of Buffalo Educational Opportunity Center, the conference promoted women’s leadership by creating an opportunity for women…

Brussels Open House Promotes Tolerance and Inclusion

Brussels Open House Promotes Tolerance and Inclusion

The United Nations selected a universal theme for International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2018: Promoting tolerance, inclusion, unity and respect for diversity in the context of combating racial discrimination. The day is set aside to promote Article 1 of the…

World Tour of Bollywood Superstar Kicks Off in Dublin

World Tour of Bollywood Superstar Kicks Off in Dublin

Hundreds of dedicated fans from the Indian and Pakistani communities of Ireland gathered in South Dublin 23 March for a mega concert with Bollywood’s Harbhajan Mann. This was the first event of the Punjabi superstar’s Tin Rang World Tour and his first…

Helping Those Who Help: Ready‑for‑Action New Home Opens for Clearwater Community Volunteers

Helping Those Who Help: Ready‑for‑Action New Home Opens for Clearwater Community Volunteers

There was a crowd, a gleaming new building, a bright spring day with a generous dose of blue sky and Central Florida sun. And a band, a stylish ensemble from the Church of Scientology, which shook the audience with words…

Tackling Rising Drug Abuse in Bangladesh

Tackling Rising Drug Abuse in Bangladesh

Mohammad Mohsin Uddin is committed to reversing the scourge of drug abuse and addiction in his country. A student at BRAC University and director of the Bangladesh chapter of Foundation for a Drug-Free World, Uddin mobilized faculty and fellow students to tackle…

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