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20 August 2009
Church of Scientology presents its Anti-drug campaign for the 62nd celebration of the Pakistan Independence Day

Category: Anti-Drug

More than 950 cheerful and attentive Pakistan native persons met last Sunday night on the 16th of August in Brussels to celebrate the 62nd anniversary of their country independence day. On that occasion, and at the request of the Pakistan Business Men Forum Belgium and Institute for Peace and Development Europe, the Church of Scientology presented to the Pakistan community its international campaign against drugs.

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8 December 2008
Church of Scientology International Recognized as Anti-Drug Leader

Category: Anti-Drug

The Church of Scientology International received a certificate of recognition on November 21st from the California State Assembly commending its "leadership and dedication in drug prevention and education, including the production of 16 groundbreaking public service films that are raising awareness of drug abuse internationally."

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22 October 2008
Scientology Churches Support Drug Prevention

Category: Anti-Drug

While ignorance may be bliss short-term, when it comes to drugs, ignorance is a downright dangerous condition that can kill, which is why churches of Scientology have worked to provide drug education and prevention programs since the early '70s.

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27 June 2008
Anti Drug Ads Presented at United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Brussels Event

Category: Anti-Drug

At a European workshop on drug prevention commemorating the 20th International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Brussels last week, the Foundation for a Drug Free Europe briefed concerned international diplomats and anti-drug professionals on its drug prevention campaign, which features a series of hard-hitting video ads.

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11 June 2007
Saluting the Drug-Free Hungary Marathon 2007

Category: Anti-Drug

For most runners, the marathon is the longest run they will ever attempt. But the Marathon for a Drug-Free Hungary team will probably never look upon a mere marathon as a challenge again, after completing their 7-week-long annual trans-Hungarian run, to promote drug free living and bring the truth about drugs to the youth of their country.

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