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Steven Mosher to Lecture: “Family Policy Lessons from Australia: What Should America Learn?”

Join us next Friday, November 15th,  to hear our president, Mr. Steven Mosher, and other experts at a Family in America Capitol Hill Symposium as they answer the question: “Family Policy Lessons from Other Lands: What Should America Learn?”

Mr. Steven Mosher will give his talk on: "Family Policy Lessons from Australia: What Should America Learn?"



While the U.S. persists in its efforts to redefine marriage and family, other nations are seeking a reaffirmation of the natural family. Australia has just elected a conservative government and given the largest budget area to Kevin Andrews, a long-time defender of the family and World Congress of Families supporter; Russia recently banned the propaganda of “nontraditional sexual relations” to minors; and across Europe and Africa, nations are concerned with life issues, shrinking populations, and the disintegration of the natural family. Here in America, what can our pro-family legislators learn by studying our colleagues’ actions abroad?


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?”



Steven Mosher

President of Population Research Institute


Austin Ruse

President of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute


Janice Shaw Crouse

Senior Fellow at the Beverly LaHaye Institute



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.






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