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X-Out-Loud Speak Up at the Church of England’s Synod

Core Issues Trust and members of X-Out-Loud came together in London from the 13th – 15th of November 2023 for the Church of England’s General Synod. The Church of England Synod is a council of 478 voting members arranged into three Houses – the...

Challenging Gender Confusion in Barbados: Speaking Truth Into the Young Generation

Victor Novitchi was invited to Barbados to speak on behalf of Core Issues Trust at a series of events that addressed some of the most controversial and difficult topics of the day: gender confusion and same-sex attraction. Barbados is a tiny island...

Core Issues Trust vs Barclays:  Account Closure

Staff writer The David and Goliath battle with Barclays Bank has thrown up some interesting trends undermining our national life in the UK.  We are grateful to the Christian Legal Centre in representing us, and for securing us a win of £21,500...

Introducing the CIT Africa Project

Mike Davidson, CEO Core Issues Trust Attending GAFCON IV, will no doubt go down as a highlight for CIT in 2023. The 2023 GAFCON video report brings the pleasant memories flooding back! There are fond memories too, of our time in Jerusalem at GAFCON...

The Gospel, and the Priorities of the Church

If, therefore, our practical and pastoral concern is limited to what occurs within the confines of the church – whether its building, programmes, members or activities - we then leave the public space open to being taken over by the adversary with...

IFTCC 2019 DECLARATION on Therapeutic Choice

The IFTCC (International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling Choice) has concluded its 5th Annual Conference in West Hungery with a Declaration on Therapeutic Choice. The Declaration is avilable in English, Polish and Hungarian so far

Comment on the NCLR submission to the 53 rd Convention against Torture and Other Cruel , Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

A Californian based law firm, the National Centre for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) has submitted documentary information1 to the United Nations treaty Committee Against Torture, claiming that by failing to outlaw the practice of ‘Conversion Therapy,’ America violates its compliance with the Convention Against Torture to which it is a signatory

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Non-monogamy: How Gay Will ‘Save’ Marriage

According to Nick Clegg society must have gay marriage. The argument is simple, and will win the day. “Love is the same, straight or gay, so the civil institution should be the same too. All couples should be able to make that commitment to one another, regardless of who they love”. And it’s not a matter of “if”; for him gay marriage is a fundamental right in a liberal society. But Mr Clegg, who opposes a free vote, must convince the electorate that it is indeed an equality argument.

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Royla College ‘Misled’ Parliament and Church in Science behind ‘Gay Marriage’ and ‘Striking off’ of therapistse’

EVIDENCE submitted to the Government and to the Church of England by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, which has informed their responses to ‘gay marriage’ was seriously flawed, distorting medical science and replacing it with gay ideology. Equally important, the outworking of this ideology is leading to therapists being struck off by their professional bodies for assisting clients who wish to reduce their same-sex attractions.

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High Court Judgement, Friday 22nd March, 2013 Statement on behalf of CIT

We are grateful for the court’s recognition that Stonewall Ltd’s intrusive and on-going, multi-city bus poster campaign neither successfully “tackles prejudice” nor is likely to “promote understanding” [136]. However Mrs Justice Lang’s judgement has missed an important opportunity to show sensitivity, understanding and respect for an unfairly marginalised minority who choose to move away from homosexual identity and practice.

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London Bus Case

London Bus Case

A Timeline for the Bus Case • In March 2013, the High Court ruled that TfL had applied its policy “inconsistently” and “partially” when it barred the Trust’s bus adverts but permitted those of...

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Professional Practice Guideines Released b Professional Bodies

The Royal College of Psychiatrists is a highly respected institution which is trusted by the nation, as are the UK’s largest counselling and psychotherapeutic professional bodies, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

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2011-2012 Statements

1. 2nd October 2012 New Statesman Advertorial 2. 2nd July, 2012 British Library (Stonewall) Protest 3. 14th June, 2011 Belfast Conference 4. 12th April 2012 'Leppers Among us' Conference 5. 12th...

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