The Guardian draws attention to ADF International’s work protecting pro-life societies
The Guardian has drawn attention to the increasing number of pro-life students and pro-life societies in UK societies.
Additionally, they note the work of ADF International in reminding universities of their responsibilities to protect freedom of speech.
Last year, with the help of ADF International, ‘Nottingham Students for Life’, a pro-life student society, was granted affiliation by the university’s Students’ Union after the initial decision to deny the group affiliation was challenged.
Student representative bodies at Glasgow University, Strathclyde University, and Aberdeen University have all had to reverse their decisions to refuse affiliation to pro-life groups after the groups raised the prospect of legal proceedings.
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