Defending life from the moment of conception
SPUC supports parents and medical professionals in helping to protect children, before and after birth
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SPUC has been defending unborn children for nearly 50 years, both in the UK and internationally
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The universal right to life of every human being is the foundation on which all other rights rely
Pro-life feminists represent a growing number of women who believe passionately in women’s empowerment and the universal right to life
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SPUC's National Conference takes place from 15-17 September. Speakers include Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, Professor John Wyatt, Uju Ekeocha and John-Henry Western
On 27/28 October 2017 SPUC is holding a Mass Constituency-based Lobby to oppose decriminalising abortion. Please lobby your MP to ask him/her to oppose any move to decriminalise abortion.
In 2017, SPUC is taking the pro-life message to communities around the country to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act:
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"Can your test assure me that this tiny, growing human baby will not mature into a fully grown adult with some horrific affinity for Peruvian panflute music?"
The country's Constitutional Court has approved a law allowing abortion in cases of rape, danger to the mother's life, and foetal disability.
He said that abortion is a "question of fundamental rights for women."
A baby gives her mum a high five - at 20 weeks old in the womb!
Buddhist monk Master Daolu's villa - which he converted into a shelter for mothers and children - has been sealed up by local authorities.
After a week that saw the BMA vote for decriminalising abortion, and the Government decide to fund abortion for women from Northern Ireland - what do we do next?
The unexpected election result, which has led to Teresa May’s Conservative government being held in power by the support of ten Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) MPs elected in Northern Ireland, has seen the DUP become the focus of intense media attention and widespread condemnation, writes John Deighan, CEO of SPUC Scotland.
The next parliament could be critical for unborn babies and the vulnerable. With less than a week to go, Alithea Williams gives her top reasons why pro-lifers need to make their vote count this election.