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
Celebrating 50 years of SPUC, and recommitting to our vision to abolish abortion in the UK - take a look at the photos from our historic 2016 50th Anniversary National Conference.
Protests have been held against Ireland's pro-life laws, Polish MPs back first stage of Stop Abortion Bill, and bioethicists oppose doctors right to conscientious objection.
"It seems a particular irony that in the same week that the country has been welcoming back Paralympic athletes as heroes, the RCOG is coolly considering whether some disabled people might be too expensive to be allowed to live."
A new pro-life film wins awards, hospices in New Zealand tell a parliamentary committee that they oppose euthanasia, and the first abortion clinic in 40 years opens in Oklahoma.
The centre has been inspected repeatedly in recent years following several complaints and safety concerns.
Dutch doctor predicts a child euthanasia centre within a year, poll shows support for euthanasia in Denmark, and a mother speaks of her experience of being told her baby was "incompatible with life".
First child euthanasia case in Belgium, protests in Poland over possible stricter abortion law, the Pope visits a neonatal unit, and more, in SPUC's round up of the weekend's news.
SPUC’s Lives Worth Living campaign will be the theme of the 2016 White Flower Appeal - here are the seven key things you need to know about assisted dying.
Every person is lovable regardless of how they look, because human beings are more than the sum of their parts. This truth has important implications for pro-lifers.
For the vast majority of parents, the birth of a girl is as welcome as the birth of a boy. But in some parts of the globe, the advent of a baby girl is greeted not with tears of joy, but with a death sentence.
The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) this weekend hosted 170 delegates for a conference marking the 50th Anniversary of the organisation.
Liam Gibson SPUC’s development officer in Northern Ireland, said: “This appears to be an attempt either to pressure the Attorney General into changing his legal opinion or hound him from office. No one can accuse Mr Larkin of not doing his job properly. He is being attacked simply for his opinions on the issue of abortion and for setting out the legal rights of children diagnosed with disabilities before they’re born.
Paul Tully, SPUC General Secretary said: "Pregnant women are suffering intolerably. The CQC is defending illegal government abortion policy which kills children and sometimes women too. Women are not being offered proper support when facing difficulties in pregnancy - simply being channelled into the abortion industry funded by the Department of Health."