The Pro Life Campaign National Conference 2011 will be held on Saturday, 5th November 2011 from 1.30 – 4.30pm at the Alexander Hotel, Dublin City Centre.
The theme for this year’s Pro Life Campaign National Conference is 'Advancing the Pro Life Message – Projects that are working'
We are delighted to welcome to Ireland guest speakers Reggie Littlejohn and Ryan Bomberger, both of whom are playing a pivotal role in presenting new and imaginative ways of promoting the pro-life message and exposing the inadequate defences offered by abortion advocates for the routine taking of innocent human life.
Threats to the right-to-life in Ireland remain very real, both from abortion and destructive research on living human embryos. But there are also signs of hope and a renewed energy within the pro-life movement. In addition to the two special guest speakers, Professor William Binchy will give a brief update on the Irish situation and how best we might respond.
Watch a one minute video message from guest speaker Ryan Bomberger of the Radiance Foundation below
Reggie Littlejohn is a litigation lawyer and serves as an expert on China’s One Child Policy for a number of organisations and is founder of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, an organisation dedicated to raising public awareness of the coercive enforcement of China’s One Child Policy and resulting human rights abuses.
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. As a lawyer she has represented Chinese refugees in political asylum cases in the United States
Ryan, together with his wife Bethany founded The Radiance Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to highlighting pressing 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 Ryan’s personal story of adoption, to reach millions. Ryan’s biological mother was raped. He was adopted as a baby and grew up in a loving, multi-racial family in Pennsylvania.
If you wish to reserve a seat to attend the Conference, please do so immediately as seating capacity will be extremely limited.