AFF's Project Alert is proud to
1998/99 Student Journalist Contest.
- Project Alert encourages public discussion of cultic
groups and related issues and educates youth, the general public, professionals, and the
media. Through Project Alert, AFF distributes publications,
audiovisual aids, and other teaching resources; offers lectures, conferences, and
workshops; and contributes to radio and television programs.
- AFF's Information Service responds annually to more
than 5,000 inquiries about cults and high-control situations, thought reform, and
psychological manipulation and abuse.
provides general information, documentation, and interviews to the media, including 20/20,
60 Minutes, Frontline, MacNeil/Lehrer, CNN,
BBC,Today Show, Washington Post, New York
Times, London Times, Newsweek, Modern Maturity,
and the Congressional Quarterly Researcher.
AFF, through its International Cult Education
Program (ICEP), prepares and distributes preventive-education programs and materials for
middle and high schools, universities, religious organizations, and civic groups. AFF
provides an array of educational materials, lesson plans, videotapes,
workshops, and conferences that benefit people around the world.
outreach programs offer training for educational, religious, mental health, legal, and