Rosita Šorytė discusses the political uses of the labels “cult,” “extremist,” and “marginal” to discriminate against the Church of Scientology.
Church of Scientology
Two articles discuss how applying labels such as “cult” or “extremist” is used to promote discrimination against minority religions.
German citizens should sign declarations that they did not and will not participate in any Scientology-related activity before obtaining some public and private jobs.
La Scientology, les militants antisectes et les universitaires. Une interview avec Bernadette Rigal-Cellard
L’experte française de renommée internationale raconte à Bitter-Winter comment elle a décidé d’étudier à la fois l’Église de Scientology et la « haine irrationnelle » qui la visait.
The internationally well-known French scholar tells Bitter Winter how she decided to study both the Church of Scientology and the “irrational hatred” targeting it.
Easter articles against Scientology tried to revive old attempts to use the Charities Act to discriminate against religions some politicians and media do not like.
A chapter in a new book edited by Eileen Barker and James Richardson, emphasizes the church’s crucial role in the evolution of international case law.
A Webinar organized by the Lithuanian Society for the Study of Religions discusses the book by Rosita Šorytė on how Scientologists confronted the pandemic
In parts of Germany, to work for the government and for several private companies, or even play violin in an orchestra or obtain a bonus for buying an e-bike, you should declare you are not associated with a certain religion.