EuropeanGazette interviews Ivan Arjona-Pelado on Scientology

Written By: Seringe S.T. Touray for the www.europeangazette.com Visible from the peaks of some of Madrid’s high-rise structures is the municipality of Pozuelo de Alarcon at a distance, surrounded by Mediterranean pine-tree forests, my family has made this part of the Spanish Kingdom home for a decade. With a mere ten-minute drive from the region[…]

Madrid City Council presents first “Manual for the police management of religious diversity” of Spain with the participation of the Church of Scientology

The document was presented on December 17th, by the delegate of the Area of ​​Health, Safety and Emergencies, Javier Barbero; the deputy director of the Pluralism and Coexistence Foundation, Puerto García; and the third deputy mayor and head of the Human Rights Plan of the Madrid City Council, Mauricio Valiente In its elaboration all the[…]

28 June – EU Faith and Freedom Summit 🗓 🗺

Attend the upcomming Summit on “FAITH AND FREEDOM SUMMIT: Practicing what we preach in Europe”.     Among the speakers you will find: Dr. Ahmed Shaheed – Special Rapporteur on human rights to UN Human Rights Council Jan Figel – EU Special Envoy for Freedom of Religion or Belief outside the EU Salvatore Martinez –[…]

Europe was present at the Youth for Human Rights International representatives from 42 nations were a noteworthy pressence at the 2017 International Human Rights Summit at the United Nations

The fourteenth Annual International Human Rights Summit, prepared by Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI), an arm of United for Human Rights, was held at United Nations central station in New York City in August 2017. Approximately 360 individuals from 64 nations, including ambassadors, U.N. diplomats, human rights activists, teachers and agents of nongovernmental associations,[…]

In the Streets of Budapest: Speaking Out for Religious Freedom

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY—Scientologists from 27 nations demonstrated their commitment to religious freedom, joining Hungarian members of their religion in a march through the city to protest illegal government intrusion into the peaceful practice of their faith. The marchers—1,500 strong, including many friends from other religions—gathered at Deák Ferenc Square in the center of Budapest where a[…]