The Universal Periodic Review is supposed to be a platform where countries can hold each other accountable to their obligations to respect human rights as laid out in the international treaties they have ratified. However, some countries are using it as a way to pressure countries into changing their laws on abortion.
Recently, I wrote about the troubling trend of Western countries using the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) system to pressure Latin American countries to change their laws on abortion. In a…
In an exclusive interview with C-Fam’s Friday Fax, UNICEF denies allegations from the Catholic bishops of Kenya that a tetanus vaccine program
American activists against “reparative therapy” asked the UN Committee on Torture to define the practice as a form of torture and violation of international law.
Following is a response of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to questions from C-Fam on the tetanus vaccination in Kenya sponsored by WHO and UNICEF. The questions are…
The ECLJ calls on the Parliamentary Assembly. Every year, children are born alive at the time of the abortion procedure after the 20th week of pregnancy in Europe. They are,…
Young American tells human rights lawyer he was tortured in an attempt to change is sexual orientation.