Climate change and sustainable development are the subjects of news headlines and global agreements, from the UN’s Agenda 2030 to the recent climate discussions that produced the Paris Agreement. In his white paper on Sustainable Development, Riccardo Cascioli provides much-needed context for these important matters, focusing on the importance of making sure the agenda remains centered on the human person as both its agent and its beneficiary.
The UN bureaucracy has just issued a series of six commemorative LGBT stamps through the UN stamp office. The stamps are explicit and depict both male and female same-sex couples…
C-Fam’s Susan Yoshihara reports today that an official UN panel has issued its final report and part of its proposals include a global tax that would be an independent revenue stream for UN agencies and bureaucrats. Fewer proposals at the UN are more dangerous than this one.
Terrorism, natural disasters and the Syrian refugee crisis have left 125 million living in disaster and conflict areas and led to a $15 billion shortfall in humanitarian aid, despite record giving. So says a 9-member panel of experts who hope to convince nations to radically overhaul the way they give and distribute aid.
The latest wedge campaign by abortion advocates is to exploit rapes committed in war. The U.S., they argue, ought to pay for abortions in other countries where there is conflict…
Why the latest family planning measurements threaten to erode women’s agency and contain ominous echoes of past (and present) coercive practices. When family planning groups speak to the public, they…