Opinion: If Family Planning is the Solution, What’s the Problem?
Washington, D.C., May 4 (C-Fam) What is the problem that faith-based organizations and family planning groups are partnering to solve, and how will they know if and when they have…
UN Event Highlights Challenges, Hopes for Families in Migration and Urbanization
As the United Nations Commission on Population and Development turns its focus to migration and urbanization, a high-level event this week turned the spotlight to the way family integrity—or breakdown—affects and is affected by pervasive population trends.
Abortion Advocates Bank on Canada and G-7
A year before the election of President Donald Trump signaled a shift in U.S. foreign policy to a pro-life position, Canada underwent a shift of its own, in the opposite direction.
Family Planning and Newborn Survival: Diminishing Returns
Improved child survival is one of the major global health goals, and for good reason. Not only are many deaths of newborns, infants, and children the result of preventable or…
Same Old, Same Old; Abortion and LGBT at UN Conference
Diplomats and activists from hundreds of countries descended on one of the largest cities in the world to discuss the situation of rural women and girls at the UN’s two-week Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
Oxfam Scandal Part of Wider Sexual Abuse Cover-up
The elite UK-based aid organization Oxfam has admitted to hosting lavish parties and hiring prostitutes for humanitarian aid workers in Haiti in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake.
Can the metrics of the REACH Act be fixed?
(For an in-depth look at the problems with the Reach Every Mother and Child Act, also known as the REACH Act of 2017, see our policy brief here. I also…
Critics Admit Mexico City Policy is Effective
Some of President Donald J. Trump’s harshest critics admit that his reinstatement and expansion of the pro-life Mexico City Policy has been highly effective in advancing the United States’ moral influence to curb the international abortion lobby.
How Abortion Pills Upend the Politics and Practice of Abortion
Since the dawn of the abortion movement, activists insisted that abortion should be solely the concern of a woman and her doctor.
New Abortion Estimates From India Prompt Renewed Push to Liberalize Law
A recently-released study estimates that abortion in India is twenty times higher than previous estimates—15.6 million children aborted in 2015 alone.