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RTL Internship Programme 2016/2017

Right To Life is launching its internship scheme for 2016/2017. The purpose of this programme is to introduce student right-to-lifers and new graduates to the world of the right-to-life movement and its work in Westminster.

Successful applicants will be able to work in the right-to-life office in central London, on the cutting edge of contemporary pro-life research and campaigning in the UK. They will be introduced to the UK Parliament, and to the creative world behind effective behind-the-scenes right-to-life activism.

We are looking for strongly-motivated individuals who feel they can contribute to the right-to-life cause on beginning-of-life (abortion; embryo-destructive research and practice) or end-of-life (assisted suicide; euthanasia) issues and bioethical controversies. Areas of work can include:

  • Media (e.g. online content, press relations)
  • Research (e.g. academic, statistical, political)
  • Digital (e.g. web design, videography, photography, copy-writing)
  • Project Management (e.g. campaign strategy, event organisation)

Those doing or possessing degrees (or who have experience) that is most relevant to our work will have an advantage, but we will discern the best candidates according to character also.

All RTL interns are given a specific campaign area on which they will work, and are paired with a senior member of staff for mentoring. The time of internships is flexible, though we anticipate high demand in Reading Weeks and between Academic Terms.

If you would like to apply, please e-mail info@righttolife.org.uk a covering letter detailing why you would like to intern at RTL, and attaching a CV. We will respond promptly to all candidates, and those successfully considered will be offered an interview either in Westminster or via Skype.

Good luck!

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Dear reader

Thanks to the support from people like you, last year a major attempt to hijack the UK Government’s flagship Domestic Abuse Bill with two extreme abortion proposals failed, in a major pro-life victory.

Unfortunately, this is not the end for our opposition.

We are currently facing major threats on five separate fronts:

  1. Pro-abortion MP Rupa Huq has brought forward an amendment to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to introduce a jail term of up to two years if a pro-lifer offers support or advice to a woman near an abortion clinic. This is a threat to unborn babies and to freedom of speech.
  2. The assisted suicide lobby has brought forward a bill to legalise assisted suicide, which was introduced to the House of Lords on 26 May.
  3. The Northern Ireland Secretary has given himself new powers to force expanded abortion services on Northern Ireland.
  4. The abortion lobby is further exploiting the COVID-19 crisis to attempt to make dangerous ‘DIY’ home abortions available permanently.
  5. The abortion lobby is expected to make another attempt to change abortion law to allow abortion on demand, for any reason, up to birth.

If these major threats from our opposition are successful, it would be a disaster. Thousands of lives would be lost. 

Fighting both the abortion and assisted suicide lobbies over this period has already made a huge dent in Right To Life UK's limited resources.

To cover this gap and ensure we effectively defeat these proposals during this period, we must raise at least £200,000.

We are, therefore, asking people like you to please give as generously as you can. Every donation, no matter how small, will make a significant difference.

By stopping these threats, YOU can save lives over this coming period.

Will you make a special gift right now to help protect vulnerable lives from these threats?

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