How secular programs supported by the Church of Scientology are helping and…

How secular programs supported by the Church of Scientology are helping and…

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LOS ANGELES, California, Aug. 9, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In honor of International Youth Day on August 12, the Church of Scientology is sharing humanitarian initiatives to help young people find a positive direction in their lives and thrive.

In Colombia, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World is redefining cool to get kids off drugs


CAPTION: In Colombia, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World is redefining “cool” to help get kids off drugs.

It’s a very challenging time for young people. On the eve of International Youth Day 2022:

The Church of Scientology and Scientologists are committed to providing youth with the tools they need to survive. They achieve this, among other things, by supporting humanitarian and social improvement programs:

  • United for human rights and Youth for Human Rights International are initiatives that help young people to understand the 30 rights of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Their brochures and audiovisual materials make it easy to understand these rights and inspire them to work for tolerance and peace.
  • Foundation for a Drug Free World presents the truth about drugs with youth-appropriate videos and brochures that help young people make the empowerment of drug-free living.
  • The Way to Happiness Foundation uplifts communities through “The way to luck‘, the sensible guide to a better life, written by philanthropist and Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard. People of all faiths and none use this booklet to teach values ​​and increase their own and others’ chances of survival.

Anyone wishing to take advantage of these initiatives is invited to “votes for humanity,‘ an original series on the Scientology Network. Episodes document how change-makers of all faiths, cultures and nations are helping their communities and bringing about positive change for youth through these humanitarian programs – all available for free thanks to the support of the Church of Scientology and Scientologists:

  • In Colombia, Ingrida Lingyte learned that 70 percent of teens believe marijuana is not dangerous and that…



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