The 16th annual Human Rights World Tour begins its journey with a visit to South Africa.
Protecting oneself or one's loved ones from involuntary commitment, which affects more than 155,000 Californians a year, was the subject of a community forum at the Church of Scientology Pasadena.
New Washington State code protects the rights of children and families
Graduates of the I Believe in My Future initiative, honored at a ceremony at the Church of Scientology of the Valley, prepare to tackle domestic violence through education and outreach.
At a conference at the Church of Scientology in Washington, D.C., Citizens Commission on Human Rights national office explores the role of psychiatry in Hitler's "final solution."
International Holocaust Day conference honors victims and survivors of the Nazi extermination camps and urges vigilance to ensure such atrocities never happen again.
Church of Scientology open house in San Francisco reveals that ECT is very much still in use—even on children.
Nationwide campaign mobilizes youth to defend and protect the rights of Nigerians