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This week at the Progress Educational Trust (20 January 2020)


The Progress Educational Trust (PET) is delighted to announce that its next two free-to-attend public events, both of which are taking place in London, will be:


Natalie Gamble, Solicitor at NGA Law and speaker at the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend public event 'Known Unknowns: The Pros, Cons and Consequences of Known Donation', taking place at Amnesty International in London on the evening of Wednesday 18 March 2020 Nina Barnsley, Director of the Donor Conception Network and speaker at the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend public event 'Known Unknowns: The Pros, Cons and Consequences of Known Donation', taking place at Amnesty International in London on the evening of Wednesday 18 March 2020 PET is producing the 'Known Unknowns' event in partnership with the University of Manchester.

The event will be chaired by PET Director Sarah Norcross and will explore the rapid growth of 'known donor' arrangements for donor conception, which offer an alternative route to being or finding a donor, and which are often facilitated online.

Speakers include:

Find out more here, and register for your free place(s) here.


PET is producing the 'Freezing Eggs' event in partnership with the British Fertility Society.

Find out more here, and register for your free place(s) here.