‘Ireland Pro-Life Roadshow’ and ‘Rally for Life’ Trip
Location: Republic of Ireland / Northern Ireland Date: 29th June – 03rd July
Join us for a couple of days on the Ireland National Pro-Life Roadshow taking the right-to-life message to towns around the Republic of Ireland before heading to the All-Ireland Rally for Life in Belfast. We are planning on taking the 09:10(AM) flight from Gatwick on the 29th and flights are currently £45 return. Feel free to…
Debate: ‘What Is the Moral Status of the Unborn?’
Speaker: Ann Furedi and Peter D. Williams Location: Malet Place Eng 1.02, UCL Main Campus Date: 22nd March 2016 Time: 19:00-22:00
In a rematch of the London Legal Salon debate held at Kings College London last year, on Tuesday the 22nd of March, the UCLU Life Ethics Society are hosting a debate on the moral status of the unborn, one of the most contentious ethical dilemmas of the modern world, from which a multitude of questions arise. Is…
Alliance of Pro-Life Students Parliamentary Rally and AGM
Location: Palace of Westminster, London Date: 27th January 2016 Time: 18:00
Spend an exclusive evening in the House of Commons with pro-life politicians and peers, leaders of the right-to-life movement in the UK and other young right-to-life activists. The rally will be hosted by Right To Life in concert with LIFE, and the Alliance of Pro-Life Students for students and young professionals. Come along to find…
Debate: ‘How Many Do You See?’
Speaker: Peter D. Williams, Daniel Rodger, Prof. Jo Bridgeman, Dr. Jeremy Williams Location: AEB Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School Date: 11th November 2016 Time: 18:00-21:00
On the 11th of November at 18:00, RTL Executive Officer Peter D. Williams will be taking part in a debate at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, ‘How Many Do You See?’, on the nature and moral status of the unborn child. Joining Peter on the right-to-life side will be Daniel Rodger of the Life…
Debate: ‘Abortion and Free Speech: Whose Opinion Matters?’
Speaker: Ella Whelan (Writer for Spiked Online, recent student, and defender of open and free debate); Tim Squirrell (Erstwhile President of the Cambridge Union, and advocate of ‘safe space’ policies) Location: October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, WC1N 3AL Date: March 03rd, 2015 Time: 19:00
In 2014, a debate at Oxford University between two male journalists was cancelled following a campaign by students. The campaign voiced concerns that the debate would not include a female contributor and would not be fully representative. Do men’s opinions matter in the discussion on abortion? Is a debate on the morality of abortion possible…
Debate: ‘What is the Moral Status of the Unborn Child?’
Speaker: Ann Furedi (Chief Executive, British Pregnancy Advisory Service); Peter D. Williams (Executive Officer, Right To Life) Location: Room KU4.12, King’s College London Date: 24th February, 2015 Time: 18:15-20:45
Our moral status prior to birth is one of the most contentious ethical issues of modern times. Should a human being at any stage of development before they are born be considered to be a subject of moral concern? Indeed, at what stage does an unborn child become worthy of such consideration, if at all?
Seminar: ‘Abortion – A Legal History’
Speaker: Barbara Hewson (Barrister) Location: Upstairs at the The Perseverance Pub, WC1N 3NB Date: February 17th, 2015 Time: 19:00
This seminar will present the history of abortion law in the 20th Century and invite discussion. Readings will be provided in advance.
Debate: ‘Abortion and Protest: Do We Need Buffer Zones?’
Speaker: Prof. Frank Furedi (University of Kent); Dr. Tim Stanley (Daily Telegraph) Location: October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, WC1N 3AL Date: February 10th, 2015 Time: 19:00
In late 2014, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) and other abortion lobby organisations introduced a campaign for ‘Buffer Zones’ around their abortion facilities, saying that the protests of organisations like 40 Days For Life and Abort67 cause unwarranted levels of “distress” to those seeking to access “lawful healthcare”. The Labour Party indicated their support…
Speaker: Chen Guangcheng Location: Jubilee Room, Palace of Westminster Date: May 31st 2013 Time: 18:30 - 20:30
Heroic Chinese human rights campaigner Chen Guangcheng, who was imprisoned by the Chinese Government for exposing human rights abuses under their One Child Policy. He will be presented with the Westminster Award for services to Human Rights by leading Parliamentarians Fiona Bruce MP, and Lord David Alton of Liverpool.
Talk: Stem cells and therapy: where are we now?
Speaker: Professor Neil Scolding Location: St. Wilfrid’s Hall, London Oratory Date: Nov 11th, 2013 Time: 20:00-21:30
Professor Neil Scolding will come and talk on the current state and future of stem cell research. He will focus on the possibilities of adult stem cells, and the failure of embryonic stem cell lines to provide any new medical or scientific breakthroughs
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