the Center For Inquiry states in the press release "Center for Inquiry -- World Homeopathy Awareness Week: A Celebration With No Substance"(2010-04-06):
"starting April 10, homeopaths will celebrate World Homeopathy Awareness Week [WHAW]in honor of their founder, 17th century homeopath Samuel Hahnemann. Sadly, one fact will be missing from their material: homeopathy doesn't work [...] the Committee for the Advancement of Scientific Skepticism (CASS) [...] a committee of the Center for Inquiry which responds to scientific, technological and medical claims made in public discourse to promote evidence-based science [...] will be mustering its scientific advisory ranks to answer unsubstantiated claims made by the homeopathic community. The modern scientific method has shown that homeopathy can not and does not work."
Note: meanwhile, naturopathy, even in Canada, claims that homeopathy is a clinical science. Since in naturopathy nonscience and science are equated: therefore, contemplate during WHAW the fact that naturopathy is as scientific as homeopathy!