Two high-profile international pro-life activists who are putting abortion advocates on the defensive are set to speak at the Pro Life Campaign’s (PLC) National Conference in Dublin on Saturday 5th November.
Reggie Littlejohn, an internationally acclaimed expert on China’s brutal One Child Policy, and Ryan Bomberger, who works to focus attention on the destruction abortion has caused among African Americans, will speak at the Conference.
Ms Littlejohn is the founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, a non-partisan, international coalition to oppose forced abortion and human trafficking in China.
Over several years, she has testified before the US Congressional Human Rights Commission, briefed the White House, the European Parliament, the British Parliament and others on this issue.
She is a litigation lawyer and has represented Chinese refugees in political asylum cases in the United States
Mr Bomberger, together with his wife Bethany founded The Radiance Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to highlighting difficult social issues, especially abortion and adoption, with powerful live multi-media presentations.
His Too Many Aborted campaign which focuses on the disproportionate incidence of abortion within the black community in the US has been extremely successful in 2011 and has resulted in widespread media interest including coverage in the New York Times, USA Today, CNN, ABC World News and more.
The extensive media attention enabled The Radiance Foundation, and his personal story of adoption, to reach millions.
Professor William Binchy, Legal Adviser to the PLC, will also address the Conference. He will give an update on the political and legal threats to the right-to-life in an Irish context.
The title of the Conference, which will be held on Saturday, 5th November from 1.30 – 4.30pm at the Alexander Hotel, is 'Advancing the Pro Life Message – Projects that are working'
Those interested in attending are urged to reserve a seat, as seating capacity will be extremely limited. Register instantly online here or telephone 085 271 6066 for further information.