Guttmacher Institute Says Latin American Children Must Learn Homosexual Sex
A 2017 report from Guttmacher Institute confirms that in order to teach “comprehensive sexuality education,” nations much teach very young children about same-sex activities, and may not teach objections to abortion or to premature sexual activity.
UN Secretary General Complains the UN Lacks Credibility
UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres said the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is an occasion to overcome peoples’ “loss of trust in international organization—like the UN,” and in “multilateral governance.”
Using “Family Planning” in the 2030 Agenda to promote a “right to a child” for the LGBTI community.
An NGO that promotes the rights of people who identify as lesbian, gay, homosexual, transsexuals and intersex, argues UN Member States must “provide viable options to assisted reproductive technologies for…
Member States React to UN Women Abortion Advocacy
UN Women just released the updated version of its strategic plan for the next three years. Notwithstanding the criticism on the previous draft raised by several UN Member States, the…
The OAS 47th General Assembly: New Hope for Life and the Family in the Americas
Latin American countries pushed back this week against further promotion of gender ideology in a resolution at the Organization of American States
Another Fight for the Family at the next General Assembly of the American States. Paraguay Leads.
Whether the thirty-five States of the Americas will continue to promote the controversial social agendas in the whole hemisphere will be decided next week by the next General Assembly of…
UN Member States Commit to Empower Women, and Mothers, When “Experts” Won’t
At UN Headquarters this week, UN Member States committed their governments to protecting women’s rights but in an unusual change of emphasis, focused largely on their roles as mothers and caregivers and avoided the usual controversial issues.
Honduran Physicians Defend the Human Person, from Conception to Death.
Following the historic vote that preserved Honduras’ pro-life legislation, an astonishingly strong case against abortion decriminalization came from the Honduran College of Physicians. “There is no reason capable to justify…
World Bank promotes the LGBT agenda. International and UN experts join.
On the “International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia” (IDAHOT 2017) an incredible number of events and activities focused on the rights of individuals who identify as members of the…
Vacancy at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights: An Account on the Final Candidates
At the next General Assembly of the Organization of the American States (OAS), in June, the member states will vote on a new commissioner to sit on the Inter-American Commission…