Tuesday, 29 January 2013

SPUC Conference

As my regular readers may be aware, I am not a wholly uncritical fan of SPUC's.  However, they have asked me to publicise this Conference and I am happy to do so.  A number of the speakers will be well worth hearing, and I am sure that many valuable friendships will also result.

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The SPUC International Youth Conference is the only pro-life conference of its kind in the UK. This conference has proven a huge success every year and without doubt made an important contribution to renewed pro-life efforts by young people around the country. This weekend conference has been a place where the seed for new pro-life groups has been sown and new friendships forged. SPUC has ensured an exciting line-up of expert speakers in their respective fields, along with fun evening entertainment. This is an event not to be missed!

What: SPUC 6th International Pro-Life Youth Conference 2013
SPUC weblink: http://www.spuc.org.uk/youth/international_youth_conference

Where: Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire, DE55 1AU
When: Friday 22 - Sunday 24 March 2013Time: registration from 4pm on Friday. The conference ends at 2pm on Sunday
Who: students and young people aged 16 upwards

Cost: £100 (price includes accommodation, meals, conference pack, access to all talks and evening entertainments).
Booking: 1) Book and pay via the SPUC website. Please click on this link http://www.spuc.org.uk/shop/list_products?category=30
2) Once we receive your payment a registration form will be emailed to you. Please fill it in and email it to: conference@spuc.org.uk or post it back to: SPUC Youth Conference, 3 Whitacre Mews, Stannary Street, London, SE11 4AB.

Contact us: If you have a query about the conference please email: conference@spuc.org.uk

Speakers and topics
Professor Patrick Pullicino: Liverpool Care Pathway
Dr Lisa Nolland: Sex Education
John Smeaton: Prolife Campaigns
Ira Winter: Natural Family Planning
James Bogle: Euthanasia
Fiorella Nash: Maternal Mortality
Dr Helen Watt: Pregnancy
Anthony Ozimic: Political Campaigning
Katherine Hampton: SPUC pro-life School’s Talk

Entertainment: Friday night film, Saturday night ceilidh with guest band Jigabit, and of course drinks in the bar (over 18s only) on Friday and Saturday evening.

Reports and photos about last year’s conference

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