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The Project does not undertake general solicitation for donations.
The Project does not accept donations from groups or organizations
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Nature of Advocacy
The activities of the Protection of Conscience Project are limited to the
preservation and protection of freedom of conscience in the delivery of
The Project does not take a position on the morality of contentious
procedures. Instead, it critiques policies of coercion and encourages
accommodation of objecting health care workers. It does not direct or
manage protection of conscience initiatives.
The Project restricts the scope of its activity to ensuring that health
care workers are not forced to do what they believe to be wrong, or punished
for refusing to do so. See
and Limitations of Project Advocacy.