Frequently asked questions about Pulse 2013:
Q: How much will Pulse 2013 cost?:
- The full day costs $25. This covers lunch, tea/coffee breaks, and costs of the event
- If you pay before June 30th, you only have to pay $15!
Q: How do I pay?
- The first step is to register by filling in your details here.
- There are two options: Direct Deposit and Cheque
For Direct Deposit, the details are below:
Account Name: Ms G. M. Assaf
BSB: 06 2000
Account Number: 1476 7153
If paying by Cheque, make it out to ‘Pulse Australia’
For both these options (Direct Deposit and Cheque), it is absolutely imperative that you email Belle Whealing (email@example.com) and CC firstname.lastname@example.org when you have made such a payment so your registration can be manually updated. Please include your receipt number if you are paying by Direct Deposit.
In order to attend, you will need to pay the full registration price by Friday 12th July. If you have any problems with making payment, contact the Pulse team ASAP.
Q: The Pulse Forum is “pro-life”?
Students who believe in the dignity and value of human life from conception to natural death are invited to attend the Forum. If you haven’t made up your mind on life issues – you’re welcome to come along as well! The Forum is about providing a platform for students to rationally engage on life issues. Everyone who attends is expected to respect the speakers and their fellow participants.
Q: Where is the Pulse Forum this year?
The Pulse 2013 Forum is being held at the Ultimo Community Centre, located near the Sydney CBD. It’s just a 10 minute walk from Central Station and the main CBD bus routes.
Q: How can I get to the Pulse Forum?
We strongly advice students to take public transport, to avoid the worries of inner city parking and congestion. If you are coming by train, Ultimo is only a quick walk. If you have any concerns, contact the Pulse team – there are students coming from all over Sydney and NSW, so there could definitely be opportunities to carpool.
Q: What’s actually going to happens at the Pulse Forum?
The Forum schedule is packed full of exciting speakers on abortion, euthanasia, and human rights in Australia. The lunch break and regular coffee breaks will be opportunities to discuss, challenge, and engage with ideas from the Forum with your fellow participants (and hang with a great bunch of people!).
Q: Who is speaking at the 2013 Pulse Forum?
Our main speakers include:
- Brendan Malone, NZ bioethicist and social commentator, leading sessions on human rights and life issues, the culture of life, and key strategic principles in the pro-life movement;
- Debbie Garratt from Real Choices Australia, speaking on the current social and medical context of abortion in Australia, including why women have abortions and how can we help them;
- Paul Russell, the leading Australian advocate against euthanasia, providing the current state of the euthanasia debate, the international situation, and the key points of debate.
- AND MORE!
Q: When does it start and finish?
The final week of the mid-year holidays. Beginning at 10am on Saturday, July 13, and finishing 4pm. Lunch and coffee breaks provided. Booya!
Q: Who can I bring with me?
You can bring anyone who’s willing to come! The Pulse Forum is a fun, safe, and respectful environment, and a great introduction to the pro-life movement. Your friends will need to register before July 12th.
If you have an unanswered question, please email Rebecca Elias at email@example.com and we’ll be in touch.