The Pulse Life Seminar is back BIGGER and BETTER than probably your recent exam marks! (We kid, we’re sure you dedicate just as much time to studying as you do to saving lives 🤓💪)

But what better way to embrace your love of higher education and pro-life activism than a full day training session on what matters most!

Presented by the best thing to come out of NZ since women got the vote, the infamous Brendan Malone, alongside the all encompassing pro-woman, pro-choice and pro-LIFE Wonder Woman of Canada, Lia Mills.

The day’s sessions will include vital tips and tricks you need to know to take on the jungles which are our university campuses (and we’re not just talking about the fun jungle gyms we all grew up playing on. If only…)

The topics addressed will be:
– Effective leadership 🗣
– The importance of cultural change 🤰
– Abortion apologetics 👶
– Pro-life feminism 🙋
– Men’s role in the pro-life movement 🙋‍♂️
– Engaging in meaningful debates 🤝

Details are as follows (seriously, put it in your diary):
Date: Saturday 25th August 2018
Time: 9-5pm
Location: Sydney CBD, very close to public transport (for security reasons, the exact address will be given upon booking).
Cost: 30 buckaroos, which includes morning tea, lunch AND afternoon tea (I know, what a bargain)

Booking is essential so let us know if you plan on sleeping in and Netflix binging like every other Saturday… OR want to come and meet some FANTASTIC people and make a change on your campus.

Your decision. Make good Life Choices.

See you there! 💃

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BRENDAN MALONE

Brendan Malone has been working full-time as a bioethics speaker and educator for the last 14 years, and he regularly speaks at conferences and other events throughout New Zealand and Australia. He is one of the founders of ACTIV8 Pro-Life Training Week – an annual philosophy, apologetics, and media/social-media training event for young adults which has been running for eight years. He is married to Katie and they have five children.

LIA MILLS

Lia Mills first stepped onto the stage of activism at the age of twelve, when a video of her presenting a speech about abortion went viral on YouTube and she started receiving invitations to speak all across North America. Since that time, Lia has continued being a voice for the voiceless, expanding her passion for social justice to include topics like euthanasia and human trafficking, in addition to abortion.