Year in Review
Our Speaking Activities, Academic Year 2015-16
- 27,844 pupils
- 471 talks
- 178 schools
Our Media Activities
- In the first six months of 2016 we issued 12 press releases, wrote 16 blogs and made over 200 appearances in more than 120 different media.
- We have 1,500 “fans” on Facebook and 1,500 followers on Twitter.
- 12,000 people are subscribed to our eNews weekly newsletter.
Our Research Activities
In the past five years we have responded to six government consultations, and we sat on the Sexual Health Forum which provided advice to the Department of Health for four years until it disbanded.
Our Campaigning Activities
We have also run four campaigns – Amnesty Travesty, Stop 3-Parent GM Babies, Finding Hope and #notblinkered. You can read more about these campaigns here.
We post on our blog about once every 1-2 weeks on average.
We also publish our Life eNews every Friday; make sure to subscribe here. Each eNews includes links to the blog posts and press releases we issued in that week.
If you are new to our team, you might want to start with our most popular blog posts. Here are our top three in each category:
- Royal College of Midwives supports abortion up to birth (Clara Watson)
- Justice denied to Northern Ireland’s most vulnerable (Clara Watson)
- BBC readers’ responses to pro-choice feature show abortion for the tragedy it really is (James Tranter)
Life before Birth
- 10 astounding facts about the development of the unborn baby (James Tranter)
- There is no such thing as a ‘potential’ human being, is there? (Life)
- Being unwanted doesn’t make anyone less human (Life)
Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide
- Dutch euthanasia study finds many “patients” have mental health problems (Life)
- Assisted suicide and the Crown Prosecution Service: do we have a problem? (Niall Gooch)
- A law for the strong at the expense of the weak – Baroness Jane Campbell on Assisted Dying (Life)
Human Bioethics & Reproductive Technologies
- Parliament is being duped into accepting GM Babies (Professor Jack Scarisbrick)
- Who could blame them? (Pauline Gately)
- Don’t believe the hype about mitochondrial donation: we tackle three myths (Life)
- As almost half of all teenage girls have been forced into sexual acts – what is the answer? (Michaela Aston)
- Sex education and repeat abortions among teenagers (Peter Sullivan)
- Teen conception statistics: not a straightforward success story (Life)
- Counselling is counselling (Life)
- Special delivery at the Haywards Heath LIFE House! (Life)
- Natalie’s Story (Client)
You can also check our blog’s archive for a list of every post we have ever written, or use the search function in the top-right-hand corner of this webpage to find other posts that might be of interest.