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What is the Office of Special Affairs?

The Office of Special Affairs (OSA) is responsible for directing and coordinating all legal matters affecting the Church. It also publishes public information material about the social betterment works of Scientology, for the general public, governments, the media, and other religious and community groups with interests similar to those of the Church. OSA also oversees the social reform programs of the Church, among which are those that expose and rectify violations of human rights.

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