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Applications now open for SPUC internships 2015

Every year SPUC offers internship places at its headquarters in London to young people seeking work experience in the pro-life movement. This year, SPUC is offering two places to applicants aged 18-25. The internship programme covers all aspects of SPUC’s work, including a substantial amount of research, writing, and campaigning, along with some administrative tasks.

The internship will begin on 20 July and end on 28 August. Interns are paid the minimum wage and will be expected to work from 9am-5.30pm, five days a week. The internship will involve some evening and weekend work and travelling. To apply, please email a covering letter and CV to rhoslynthomas@spuc.org.uk or post them to: Rhoslyn Thomas, SPUC, 3 Whitacre Mews, Stannary Street, London, SE11 4AB. Applications close 20 June.

SPUC seeking new honorary treasurer

SPUC is seeking a new honorary treasurer with a deep commitment to the pro-life cause. Bob Edwards, the current incumbent, wishes to retire from this particular role after many years’ devoted service. The honorary treasurer plays a key part in the work of the Society and serves, ex officio, on SPUC’s governing bodies. The Society is seeking someone who is qualified either by formal qualification or by experience. A detailed job specification for this voluntary post is available from lucindautley@spuc.org.uk 

US House of Representatives passes abortion limit bill

18 May 2015: The United States House of Representatives has passed a bill aimed at banning most abortions after 20 weeks’ gestation. Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, commented: "Although the intentions of those who support such bills may be good, this kind of compromise legislation is misguided both ethically and strategically." > Read more about this and other must-read pro-life news-stories.

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