The Race To Build Homes for Tsunami Survivors before the Monsoon
Latest news from Sri Lanka: Asian Disaster Relief Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers Updates
A human rights relief team has just returned from a fact-finding mission to tsunami hit Sri Lanka. They came back with a major question: "What happened to the billions of dollars reportedly donated for tsunami relief?
The European Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance has just been founded in Denmark. Board members of the new foundation include Catholic, Muslim, Hindu and Scientologist representatives along with law and police experts.
Executive Director, the Danish Institute for Human Rights Morten Kjaerum, was awarded for his outstanding achievements in human rights advocacy.
The Dream Maker Awards were held on Saturday at the Church of Scientology’s Fort Harrison hotel in Clearwater: 2005 Tribute to African-American Achievement Honors Entertainers, Educators and Humanitarians
Another story of effective help being delivered by Scientology Volunteer Ministers
Rosi Mortensen gives her personal story of helping the survivors of the Tsunami: Tsunami Survivors Aid - Asian Disaster Relief - A Profile
The President of the Church of Scientology International attended the 13th annual religious festival in Suttur, IndiaPresident of the Church of Scientology International Pays Tribute to the East - the Home of Spirituality
The large number of people affected by the Tsunami makes it impossible for a few hundred Volunteer Ministers to help everyone affected using one-on-one techniques for handling trauma. The solution? Train the people to help each other.
The word from those on the ground in the disaster areas is that more help is needed: Asian Disaster Relief Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers Updates
Artists have an impact on society. Do they impact it for better or worse? The Jive Aces have decided to make a difference by making a positive impact: Jive Aces Team up with Churches of Scientology to Say "NO" to Drugs
The latest update from India. Volunteer Ministers, Buddhist Monks and Rotary Club members work together in the recovery efforts: Asian Disaster Relief Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers Update -- India
15-year-old Max McFarlane tells his story: Asian Disaster Relief Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers Updates
Six weeks after the tsunami some Volunteer Ministers are sharing their experiences helping people in the disaster area: Asian Disaster Relief Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers Updates
One would assume that once the schools were open again in Sri Lanka, after the devastating tsunami, that the children could return. However, it was not quite that simple until the human rights relief team got busy: News from the Church of Scientology International Human Rights Office: Children Back to School Thanks to Relief Team's Donation
The Human Rights Director of the Church of Scientology International has just opened a "Human Rights News Forum" with the purpose "to be a resource and forum to unite and strengthen what all of us are doing to protect and guarantee human rights for all peoples of Earth, and to acknowledge those who are making a difference and support them in their work."
Announcement of the site: Church of Scientology International Announces the Launch of a New Human Rights Newsroom and Forum
You can find the new site here: Human Rights - Church of Scientology International
A Human Rights Relief team sent to Sri Lanka by the International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance with the support of Church of Scientology International is now reviewing the scene on the ground.: Human Rights Relief Team Now Fact Finding on the Ground