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The Foster Report is a 1971 report, entitled Enquiry into the Practice and Effects of Scientology, written by Sir John Foster, for the government of the United Kingdom, regarding the Church of Scientology.
Several official inquiries were made into Scientology in England, Australia, and elsewhere and a number of reports were published by respective governments in the late sixties and early seventies.
The "Foster Report" was written by Sir John Foster for the government of the United Kingdom and published December, 1971. It concluded that legislation was needed to control psychotherapy in the United Kingdom; as a result, a working party on the Statutory Registration of Psychotherapists was set up with Paul Sieghart as Chair. The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy was later established on a recommendation of the Sieghart Report.
United Kingdom, 1971
Some similar reportsEdit
- Australia - "The Anderson Report"
Victoria, Australia, 1965
Report of the Board of Inquiry into Scientology
- New Zealand - "The Dumbleton-Powles Report"
New Zealand 1969
Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Hubbard Scientology Organisation in New Zealand
- Canada - "The Lee Report"
Ontario, Canada, 1970
Sectarian Healers and Hypnotherapy
This list of reports is not exhaustive.
- ↑ Sir John Foster, K.B.E., Q.C., M.P. (December 1971). "Enquiry into the Practice and Effects of Scientology". Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London. Retrieved on 2006-12-18.
- "The Anderson Report"
- "The Dumbleton-Powles Report"
- "The Foster Report"
- "The Lee Report"
- A brief history of UKCP