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SPUC’s Youth & Education Officer, Rhoslyn Thomas, having to combat not just an aggressively hostile radio host but also a so-called champion of the disabled who wrote a book called ‘Scapegoat: Why We are Failing Disabled People‘!
“KATHARINE QUARMBY is a campaigning journalist and an award-winning film-maker. She has worked as a producer on BBC Panorama and Newsnight, edited Disability Now magazine, served as a correspondent for the Economist and written for most of the broadsheet newspapers. She was the first British journalist to investigate disability hate crime and her report for Scope, ‘Getting Away with Murder’, has revolutionised thinking about the issue.”
Abortion is the leading cause of death in the world, ending more lives than cardiovascular disease, cancer, AIDS, war, hunger … or any other cause (Based on data from the World Heath Organization).
The abortion crisis has reached epidemic levels across the world, destroying the lives of children and leaving women and men scarred with lives of regrets… every single day. WE cannot simply wait for politicians to solve this crisis. It’s up to us to “speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves” – right in our own communities.
To help combat this crisis effectively, 40 Days for Life recently sponsored a one-day workshop in London. Each presentation was videoed and two are reproduced here. To watch all the talks please visit Robert Colquhoun’s website.