Defending life from the moment of conception
SPUC supports parents and medical professionals in helping to protect children, before and after birth
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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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 charities bulletin is a guide to where many well-known charities stand on abortion and other pro-life issues
It's called fetomaternal microchimerism.
Pro-life websites banned in France, HFEA hesitant to extent limit for embryo experimentation, and David Bereit leaves 40 Days for Life.
Abortion advocates complain that media reflects "anti-choice propaganda", a mother is sued by her frozen embryos, and Ohio passes "heartbeat" bill.
Strathclyde Students' Union bans pro-life societies, abortion bill targeting life-limited babies starts passage through NI assembly, and 9 in 10 Maltese doctors oppose euthanasia.
Scientists call for experiments on embryos up to 28 days, group launches euthanasia for all campaign, and Scottish students are banned from starting a pro-life society.
A Brazilian judge rules that abortion in the first trimester should not be a crime, and French MPs vote to ban pro-life websites.
Three parent babies imminent, Ireland compensates woman who went to England to abort baby with life-limiting condition, and Planned Parenthood goes on a legal offensive.
After 35 years of tireless work, general secretary Paul Tully is leaving SPUC. Chief Executive John Smeaton looks back at his time with the Society, and thanks him for his enormous contribution to the pro-life cause.
SPUC researcher Fiorella Nash reviews Ann Furedi's new book A Moral Case for Abortion.
Paul Tully reflects on the news that the Women's Equality Party has launched a campaign to decriminalise abortion.
SPUC responds to the news that a bill seeking to regulate crisis pregnancy centres has been accepted for debate in the Irish Parliament tomorrow.
SPUC writes to the Attorney General min response to claims that the CPS failed to prosecute a case of sex-selective abortion.
SPUC responds to the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States.