Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Must-read pro-life news-stories, Tue 9 July

Top story:

Safe at School broadly welcomes changes to National Curriculum science
Safe at School, a campaign of SPUC, has "broadly welcomed" the programme of study for science at Key Stages 1 and 2, in the new National Curriculum published today. Safe at School is pleased to see that at Key Stage 1, the new curriculum does not stipulate that children are required to identify the human sexual organs - just as in the current curriculum. The new curriculum contains non-statutory "Notes and guidance" with a suggested list of main body  parts. No sexual organs are on the list. [SPUC, 8 July]

Other stories:

Embryology and stem cell research
  • Woman opened her eyes as doctors who thought she was brain dead began to take out her organs for donation [Mail, 9 July]
  • Germany memorial for Nazi euthanasia victims [BBC, 8 July]
Sexual ethics
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