Publication on life related issues is launched
14 July 2004
Publication on life-related issues is launched Belfast and Dublin, 14 July 2004 - The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) in Northern Ireland and European Life Network of Ireland have launched a new publication on life-related issues. Pro-life Intelligence is an international review to be published every quarter by the two organisations. This quarter's edition contains articles entitled: * Legalising abortion on demand across the globe: a summary of international strategies * Northern Ireland and the international battle for abortion: the Family Planning Association in the Court of Appeal * The Value of Life: the UN debate on human cloning * Sinn Féin: Irish advocates of British abortion laws * The European Elections * The UN Human Rights Commission: the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities * The Rise of Reproductive Rights: Northern Ireland's Five Year Sexual Health Strategy * News in brief: items of interest from Ireland Liam Gibson of SPUC Northern Ireland said: "Information is a key weapon in the fight to protect innocent life. This periodical will brief specialists and concerned individuals on the issues at stake and what is happening about them. Patrick Buckley of European Life Network said: "The pro-life battle is being fought on multiple fronts and in local, national and international arenas. Our review will help people keep up with developments, including what is happening in the European Union and at the United Nations." This quarter's Pro-life Intelligence is on the worldwide web as a large PDF file at and at . Printed copies are also available and orders can be placed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . There is no charge for the printed version of Pro-life Intelligence but donations to help with the cost of publishing are welcome. SPUC Northern Ireland can be written to at 2 Veryan Gardens, Newtownabbey, BT36 7HG, UK, and telephoned on (028) 9077 8018. European Life Network can be written to at Glenrue, Ballinclea Road, Killiney, Co Dublin, Ireland, and telephoned on 01 285 1146.