One Of Us Forum
The 1st European pro-life forum organized by the 1st Federation of national pro-life movements!
Following on the great success of the ONE OF US European Citizens’ Initiative that gathered about 2 million signatures, the ONE OF US Federation for life and human dignity invites you to its first ONE OF US European Forum on the 12th March 2016 in Paris.
This unique and first of its kind event will most notably be marked by:
A large public and media oriented event, bringing together 1200 delegates and reaching thousands of citizens across Europe.
A celebration of humble heroes of life through the first ONE OF US Award given by a jury composed of personalities from national movements.
A public appeal from European experts addressed to European leaders to protect life and support the ONE OF US Initiative.
The registration to the Forum is CLOSED!
The Forum’s objective
Europe stands at a civilization’s crossroad where its citizens stand for and urge for the founding fathers’ human values: respect for each human being’s dignity from conception to natural death.
Threats against the weakest are growing: sales of organs and tissues from abortion by Planned Parenthood in the US, drifts towards euthanasia of disabled and minors, women and children trafficking through gestational surrogacy, etc.
What are the risks and realities in Europe? What are the solutions and alternatives?
Addressing these issues and the broader picture of life in Europe is the intended purpose of the ONE OF US Forum.
The Forum and the ONE OF US Award organized by the Federation will give to the large public, the media and EU decision makers an echo of the 2 million citizens voices supporting the ONE OF US Initiative. The Forum has the potential to become the number one annual event and platform where personalities and citizens join in celebrating and affirming that: ” Every life matters!”
For practical details, visit: ONE OF US Forum
To register, visit: ONE OF US Forum Registrations
For the ONE OF US European Award Finalist, visit: Award Finalists