Applications open for our Media and Communications Training Programme

Are you passionately pro-life, media savvy and have an interest in speaking on life issues in the media?

Apply here to attend our Media and Communications Training Programme. The course is for strongly motivated people who want to play a part in effectively presenting the pro-life view to large audiences, through media interviews with mainstream media outlets.

Our programme provides participants with an understanding of key pro-life issues and the ability to communicate these issues in the media. The aim of our training is to equip participants with the necessary skills and techniques to deliver strong interviews, control difficult and hostile questions and to deliver an authentic perspective on life issues. 

With drastic changes to abortion legislation likely being brought forward in 2019, it is shaping up to be the biggest year on this issue since the Abortion Act was passed in 1967. All applicants should be prepared and ready to be available to front media interviews in 2019.

We are looking for people from a diverse range of backgrounds. In particular, if you have a personal story that relates to this issue or work in a field such as medicine, law etc where you could bring your experience and knowledge to speaking on this issue in the media, we do encourage you to apply.

We recommend setting-up the answers to the following questions in a separate document before so that you have a copy on file of these in case there are any technical issues when submitting.

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