Defending life from conception to natural death
SPUC supports parents and medical professionals in helping to protect children, before and after birth
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Read about our founders, the aims spelt out in our constitution and some of the campaigns we've been involved in
We stand shoulder to shoulder with the African pro-life movement as part of the global witness to life
SPUC has been defending unborn children for nearly 50 years, both in the UK and internationally
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SPUC's charities bulletin is a guide to where many well-known charities stand on abortion and other pro-life issues
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
Want to find out more about abortion? Wondering about the hard cases? Our FAQ page is here to answer all your questions
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The tiny feet badge is a life-size replica of feet belonging to an unborn child 10 weeks from conception. It has become the internationally recognised symbol of the pro-life movement, worn by millions.
It is based upon a photograph taken by a young American pathologist working in a hospital where abortions were performed. He was horrified by what he saw and wanted to show people what abortion involved. By 9 to 10 weeks after conception an unborn baby is developed enough to curl her toes or bend her hips and knees in response to a touch on the sole of the foot. The vast majority of UK abortions are performed on unborn babies of this age.
The badges are an excellent teaching aid and a subtle, yet powerful, way to promote life. Complete with free booklet explaining the different stages of development in the womb. 1/3" x 1/3".
(Also available in Gold)
Make a statement! "Pro-life" on the front, word-cloud on the back. Be SPUCtacular!
Available in sizes: Small, Medium, Large & XL and in red or blue! Have a look at the other choices on the T-shirts page.
(Also available in Silver)
Who doesn't love word clouds? Promote the right to life of all human beings while sipping your hot drink from this pro-life mug. Also a great gift for the pro-lifer in your life.
Promote the right to life of all human beings in your own home with SPUC's fridge magnet
Size: 2" x 2"
Never again will you need a £1 coin for your supermarket trolley or gym locker. This unique key ring has been designed for use in all supermarket trolleys and gym lockers that currently operate a £1 coin release system.
Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary on 27th April 2018 of the Abortion Act 1967 coming into effect in Britain, Abortion Matters seeks to provide clear, convincing answers to the most fundamental questions relating to abortion, not least: why abortion is always wrong, and how women are also victimised by abortion.
Why is abortion still such an issue? What is at the heart of the debate? And why is staying neutral not an option? Abortion Matters. Get the facts.
Abortion is back in the news, with moves to decriminalise abortion entirely, ban vigils outside abortion clinics and eviscerate rights of conscientious objection receiving wide coverage. Attempts to 'normalise' abortion have done little to make the fractious debate over the issue go away. Abortion Matters explains just why abortion is the issue it is and why we can’t just 'agree to disagree'. It lays out carefully and accessibly what abortion involves, the history of its legalisation and the arguments made both in favour and against. If you think abortion matters, you will need to read this powerful book and become equipped for the debates ahead.
Dr Anthony McCarthy is an ethicist based in London at the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, having previously held the post of Research Fellow at the Anscombe Bioethics Centre in Oxford. He holds degrees in Philosophy from King's College London, University College London, and the University of Surrey, and lectures in moral philosophy both in the UK and internationally, including as a visiting lecturer at the International Theological Institute in Trumau, Austria.
Black, white & silver enamel brooch pin badge showing SPUC baby logo.
Size: 1" x 1⁄2".