Founded in 1976, the Ethics and Public Policy Center is Washington, D.C.’s premier institute working to apply the riches of the Judeo-Christian tradition to contemporary questions of law, culture, and politics, in pursuit of America’s continued civic and cultural renewal.

Protecting the Unborn: A Scholars’ Statement of Pro-Life Principle and Political Prudence

Signed by EPPC’s Ryan T. Anderson, Erika Bachiochi, Alexandra DeSanctis, Aaron Kheriaty, Carl R. Trueman, Ed Whelan, and George Weigel with a coalition of leading intellectuals, this statement articulates an ethically sound foundation for pro-life efforts and offers guidance for political leaders in prudent decision-making in the post-Roe political landscape.

Envisioning a Pro-Family Policy Agenda: A Statement of Principles

Responding to the new realities of a post-Roe America, declining marriage rates, and record-low fertility, a collection of leading legal scholars and policy experts released a statement of principles for a pro-family approach to public policy.

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Scholar Appearances

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AUDIO: Brad Littlejohn on Post-Pandemic Communities

NC Family Policy Council / September 24, 2022

AUDIO: Noelle Mering on the Woke Movement

Kresta in the Afternoon / September 21, 2022

AUDIO: Big Tech in the Big Picture with Clare Morell

Wake Up Springfield / September 21, 2022