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Church of Scientology Celebrates African World Heritage Day 2022 by Honoring Changemakers

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The heritage of Africa depends on what we do now to ensure future generations flourish and prosper says the Church of Scientology. In sub-Saharan Africa, 88 percent of children of primary and lower secondary school age (202 million) were reported as not proficient in reading.

If the Slave Trade Was Abolished, Why Do an Estimated 40 Million Still Live in Slavery? asks Churches of Scientology

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- March 25 was International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Churches of Scientology mark this day by raising awareness of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. And with good reason.

This Sunday March 20, 2022, Join the Scientology Network for International Day of Happiness

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The United Nations created International Day of Happiness, March 20, because happiness is a fundamental human goal. But is there something that can help transform the desire for happiness into its accomplishment?

Voices for Humanity on the Scientology Network documents the work of Rev. Fred Shaw

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- An episode of "Voices for Humanity" on the Scientology Network documents the work of Rev. Fred Shaw, international spokesperson for Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) and vice president of the Inglewood/South Bay chapter of NAACP.

Voices for Humanity: How One Man is Helping Youth Avoid the Tragedy of Human Trafficking

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month and the Scientology Network invites viewers to watch an episode of "Voices for Humanity" featuring a Tampa Bay Area entrepreneur who is dedicated to saving kids from modern-day slavery.

For International Day of Education 2022, Scientology Network Shares Help to Overcome Learning Disabilities

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Each year, the United Nations sets aside January 24 as International Day of Education. Among this year's goals: "unlocking the potential in every person." The episode "Help for Miami," of the "Voices for Humanity" series on the Scientology Network takes viewers inside an innovative program that is shattering the glass ceiling for those labeled with learning disabilities.

Youth for Human Rights Costa Rica: How One Man Helps Imbue His Country with a Culture of Human Rights

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In an episode of "Voices for Humanity" on the Scientology Network, Braulio Vargas exposes a hidden side of Costa Rica with an eye-opening account of the problems plaguing many of its citizens - from human trafficking to homelessness. His work is raising awareness of human rights and creating change across the nation.

Youth for Human Rights Colombia: Celebrate Human Rights Day as The Scientology Network Features Heroes

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In celebration of Human Rights Day 2021, the Church of Scientology International shares the story of brother and sister team Sandra and Felipe Poveda who inspired a culture of human rights in one of the most violent regions on Earth. Their story unfolds on "Voices for Humanity," featured on the Scientology Network.

Role of Education in Achieving Rights for All on Human Rights Day 2021

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- As Human Rights Day 2021 approaches, the Church of Scientology International shares the work of human rights activists featured on the Scientology Network. Mary Shuttleworth, featured in an episode of "Voices for Humanity," founded Youth for Human Rights International in 2001.

Truth About Drugs initiative: Church of Scientology Reaches Out to Help End the Drug Overdose Crisis

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Just last week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced more than 100,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States during the 12-month period ending April 2021. The Church of Scientology International urges concerned parents, educators and community leaders to take action against the "other pandemic" with drug education and prevention.

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