On June 30, Russia passed a ban on disseminating “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations” to children, and is now considering a 7,500 percent increase in the divorce tax. On September 16, the Honorable Kevin Andrews, longtime pro-family member of the Australian House of Representatives, was named the Minister of Social Services-the largest budget area-in the new conservative Abbott government. Liberals have mourned such developments, but what might conservative Americans learn from Russia, Australia, and other nations about rebuilding a pro-family policy?
Please join us for a Family in America Capitol Hill Symposium, a panel
discussion of the question:
“Family Policy Lessons From Other Lands: What Should America Learn?”
President of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute
President of the Population Research Institute
Janice Shaw Crouse
Senior Fellow at the Beverly LaHaye Institute
Moderator Allan Carlson
President of The Howard Center and Editor of The Family in America
Friday, November 15, 2013, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 562
To register for this free event, call Nicole King at (815) 964-5819 or email [email protected]. Lunch will be provided.