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Americans United for Life (AUL) defends human life through vigorous legislative, judicial, and educational efforts, state by state. is the legislative arm of Their goal is to build, organize, and mobilize the largest movement of Catholic laity in American politics. They believe in life, family, and the power of human freedom to renew America. CVA is proudly Catholic, but welcomes all people of good will.
Family Research Council (FRC) was founded in 1983 as an organization dedicated to the promotion of marriage and family and the sanctity of human life in national policy. 

Through books, pamphlets, media appearances, public events, debates and testimony, FRC's team of experienced policy experts review data and analyze proposals that impact family law and policy in Congress and the executive branch. 

FRC also strives to assure that the unique attributes of the family are recognized and respected through the decisions of the courts and regulatory bodies.
Susan B. Anthony List is a political action committee helping pro-life women gain election to Congress.

C-FAM was founded in the summer of 1997 in order to monitor and affect the social policy debate at the United Nations and other international institutions. 

C-FAM is a non-partisan, non-profit research institute dedicated to reestablishing a proper understanding of international law, protecting national sovereignty and the dignity of the human person.
C-FAM personnel have participated in every major UN social policy debate since 1997 including the Rome Statutes of the International Criminal Court, the Convention on Disabilities, Cairo+5, Beijing+5 and dozens of others.
C-FAM publishes and promotes scholarship related to the proposition that the UN and other international institutions harm a true understanding of international law and in the process undermine the family and other institutions man requires for a just, free and happy life.
C-FAM regularly interfaces with diplomats, policy makers, academics, activists and office holders from around the world.

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