Since 1967, over 9 million unborn babies have been killed by abortion. If you're 16-35, join us at the SPUC Youth Conference to explore why these 9 million unborn lives matter, and what we can do to defend them! It’s a weekend filled with engaging talks and workshops. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet other like minded young people from across the UK.
The informative talks offer the opportunity to learn more about different aspects of the pro-life movement through a diversity of speakers who are experts in their field.
Hear moving and inspirational testimonies.
Our workshops will empower young people to leave the conference and be active in the pro-life movement.
As well as being a fantastically informative weekend, the conference is always great fun - a chance to make new friends and catch up with old ones at the bar, or at our popular Saturday night ceilidh!
This year’s speakers include :
Sr Roseann Reddy is the founder of the Sisters of the Gospel of Life. She runs the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative which is a crisis pregnancy centre in Glasgow. Launched by the late Cardinal Thomas Joseph Winning in 1997, the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative has assisted countless women and their families, practically, financially, emotionally and spiritually.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Rebecca Kiessling was adopted not long after her birth. Aged 18 she found out she was conceived out of a brutal rape at knife-point by a serial rapist. She has been an international pro-life speaker since 1995. Thousands of people have heard her story and come to understand that no unborn child should be unjustly killed.
David Paton is Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University and Visiting Professor at St Mary’s University. His research interests include the economics of teenage pregnancy and assisted suicide. He has published over 50 papers in peer-reviewed outlets such as the Journal of Health Economics, Economic Journal, Social Science and Medicine and the Journal of Forecasting.
Clare Bremner is a qualified cognitive behavioural therapist and integrative practitioner. For four years she has worked with ARCH (Abortion Recovery Care and Helpline) offering compassion and hope to those struggling after abortion through counselling and support.
Friday 28 February – Sunday 1 March 2020
Willows Training Centre, Wyboston Lakes Resort, Great North Road, Wyboston, Bedfordshire, MK44 3AL
£135 for the weekend which includes conference fees, all meals, accommodation and social activities.
Early-birds who book before 31 December 2019 pay just £115 !