In May of 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a policy guidance urging healthcare workers at all levels receive training and engage in impromptu counseling on matters relating to sexuality with both adult and adolescent patients. Its approach raises many concerns for the children it targets, for their families, and for healthcare providers.
THE FAMILY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A Statement of Civil Society on Paragraph 38 in the Final Draft of the Post-2015 Summit Outcome Many Member States have articulated the view that…
The way in which the UN Human Rights Committee conducted business last week indicates a plan to abandon neutrality on the question of whether abortion is a right under international law.
If anyone doubts the victory claimed by pro-lifers regarding the rights of the family resolution passed by the Human Rights Council in Geneva recently, look no further than the reaction of sex activists. They are very upset.
A PR campaign by two abortion groups hoping to gain support from Kenyans to pressure President Obama to rescind US policy to fund overseas abortions — backfired. Catholics for…
Here are the widely ignored, but strongly worded Pro-Life sections of Pope Francis’ new encyclical on the environment. The Pope chides those who offer easy justifications for abortion and calls…