OSCE 2012-2013
November 8, 2012

Plenary Interventions:

1. “Ostracising difference: the new ideology of professional psychotherapeutic bodies that shame, and expel members who support autonomous individuals, seeking help to achieve personal emancipation, by reducing unwanted same – sex attractions aligned with personal values”.

DATE: 8th November 2012,16:00 –18:00 SESSION I: Freedom of Association: obstacles to the full realization of this right and ways to overcome them

2. “Freedom of speech to articulate alternative, non-affirming responses to homosexuality is an important right to be protected”.

DATE: 1 October 2012, Working Session 10 – Freedom of thought, conscience, religion or thought

Supplementary Human Dimensions Meeting, 2012 (Vienna)

3. Title: Valuing dissent: the case for non-compliance with professional psychotherapeutic guilds which override client autonomy and personal values insisting that reducing unwanted same sex attractions is an “ethical offence.” (Programme)

Convenor: Core Issues Trust Time: 13.00 – 15.00
Venue: Ratsaal
Language: English

Core Issues is a non-profit Christian ministry supporting men and women with homosexual issues who voluntarily seek change in sexual preference and expression.

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