LifeStream 21.

Here’s my interview with Isabel at March for Life, streamed on 5 June 2021. …Kevin was engaged as an independent health consultant with Marie Stopes International, helping to develop strategies to increase the number of abortions performed in their centres. After a gradual disillusionment with MSI Kevin walked away from abortion in 2019 and decided to put his knowledge and expertise at the service of the prolife movement.

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International abortion executive speaks out.

On 16 March 2021, I was interviewed for the 40 Days for Life Podcast, in which we discussed: How I justified working in the abortion industry–and my exodus from it My advice for those still working in the abortion industry The impact 40 Days for Life vigils make on abortion facilities and abortion workers You can listen here:

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Inside Marie Stopes International: a former employee talks to SPUC.

When Antonia Tully of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children interviewed me about our mystery client investigation, we talked about my previous work overseas for and with Marie Stopes. Her piece touches on the question ‘So what changed?’ Ahead of a virtual meeting in the House of Commons this Thursday, former Marie Stopes International employee talks to Antonia Tully of SPUC about his career with MSI and the mystery client project which lifts the lid off DIY abortions in Britain. Kevin Duffy spent six years working in Africa and South Asia for and with Marie Stopes International (MSI)…

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DIY abortions: What’s been happening?

​Dave Brennan, director of Brephos, interviewed Kevin Duffy who shared his experience of having worked in the abortion industry at a senior, international level, and why he became disillusioned with it and came out, and is now helping the other side. Kevin shared some shocking findings from a “secret shopper” campaign he helped to lead here in the UK over the last few months in which the abortion industry was happy to post powerful abortion drugs to women who weren’t even pregnant, or who said they wanted an abortion to preserve their “bikini body”, or who wanted the pills to give…

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Abortion first, safety second.

My interview with Leah Hickman at WORLD, during which she asked me why I started working for Marie Stopes International and, perhaps more importantly, why I stopped. Abortion provider Marie Stopes International attempted to break with its eugenicist and pro-Nazi founder on Tuesday by changing its name to MSI Reproductive Choices. “Marie Stopes was a pioneer of family planning,” said Simon Cooke, the chief executive of the organization. “However, she was also a supporter of the eugenics movement and expressed many opinions which are in stark contrast to MSI’s core values and principles.” Born in 1880, Stopes was a founding member of the Eugenics…

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