Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?

Progress Educational Trust
Venue: Amnesty International, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA
5 December 2018 9.30am-5.30pm

The 2018 Annual Conference of the Progress Educational Trust (PET), supported by the Anne McLaren Memorial Trust Fund, the Edwards and Steptoe Research Trust Fund and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (silver sponsors) and by Ferring Pharmaceuticals, the European Sperm Bank, JMW Solicitors and Vitrolife (bronze sponsors).

Dr Roy Farquharson, Chair of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology and session chair at the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018 Emily Jackson, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science and speaker at the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018 Confirmed speakers and chairs include:

Satu Rautakallio-Hokkanen, Chair of Fertility Europe and speaker at the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018 Dr Roger Highfield, Director of External Affairs at the Science Museum Group and session chair at the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018 Further details of conference sessions, speakers and timings will be announced here shortly.

Details of attendance fees and how to book can be found at the bottom of this webpage.

There is an EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT on the standard fee for full-day attendance, if you book your place before 14 September. See below for details.

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If you have any queries about this conference, please email sstarr@progress.org.uk


Silver sponsors
The Anne McLaren Memorial Trust Fund, silver sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018
The Edwards and Steptoe Research Trust Fund, silver sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018
The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, silver sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018

Bronze sponsors
Ferring Pharmaceuticals, bronze sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018
The European Sperm Bank, bronze sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018
JMW Solicitors, bronze sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018
Vitrolife, bronze sponsor of the Progress Educational Trust's one-day conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?', taking place at Amnesty International in London on Wednesday 5 December 2018

Other sponsors
If your organisation is interested in sponsoring this conference, please email Sarah Norcross at snorcross@progress.org.uk

BOOKING

Attendance fee: £130 (full-day attendance)
£75 (half-day attendance)

Early bird: £110 (full-day attendance)
This discount is available only if booking is made AND payment is received by 14 September 2018

Concessions: Friends of PET £65 (full-day attendance)
£37 (half-day attendance)
You or your organisation must be a registered Friend of PET for 12 months to qualify for this concession.

Unwaged (including students not in paid employment) £35 (full-day attendance)
£25 (half-day attendance)
This concession is available to those students who are not in receipt of a wage.
Those qualifying for this concession must bring evidence of unwaged or student status with them to the conference.

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(Please note that if you ask to be invoiced for your attendance fee using the early bird discount, then payment must be received by the cutoff date of 14 September 2018. If payment is not received by this date, then you will be invoiced for the remainder of the standard attendance fee.)
Discounted attendance fees are available for parties of more than five people - email sstarr@progress.org.uk for details.