Humanity of Unborn Child Merely “Philosophical,” Human Rights Watch Head Tells Rights Commission
The leader of one of the world’s top human rights organizations told the U.S. Commission on Unalienable Rights last week that abortion is a “fundamental right” for “anyone who wants or needs it” and that arguments about the humanity of the unborn are merely “philosophical,” with no place in policy.
Latest UN Figures Show Rapid Global Aging
Even with adjustments for longer, healthier living, the UN’s latest population figures show rapid aging and economic unpreparedness across the globe.
5 Best Moments of 2019 for Life and Family
NEW YORK, December 27 (C-Fam) 1. President Trump stands up for the rights of unborn children at the UN General Assembly. The high point in the international campaign to protect…
5 Worst Moments of 2019 for Life and Family
NEW YORK, December 27 (C-Fam) Even as the U.S. and a coalition of other sovereign nations promoted a strong pro-life agenda at the United Nations in 2019, UN staff and…
New Beijing Report Shows One-Child Policy Aftershocks
A new Chinese government report shows devastating economic effects of Beijing’s brutal, 40-year family planning policy.
Once More Trump Keeps Abortion Out at UN Security Council
For the second year in a row, the U.S. kept abortion-related language out of a UN Security Council resolution on women in crisis and conflict.
Pro-Life U.S. Diplomat Resigns After Deep State Attacks
The State Department’s top official for UN affairs will retire next month after five decades of public service, beginning as a combat-decorated Marine, and including U.S. ambassador to the UN in Geneva.
Nairobi Summit May Claim Abortion as a Humanitarian Right
Nations may pledge to fund abortion in crisis and “fragile” situations at an upcoming UN population conference in Nairobi. This means introducing abortion precisely in those situations where it could most likely endanger women’s health.
Abortion Politics Threaten U.S. Budget Battle
Abortion has roiled the ongoing budget battles in the U.S. Congress.
New UN Ambassador’s Challenges Executing Trump Pro-life Foreign Policy
The U.S. Senate confirmed their top diplomat at the United Nations last week, Kelly Knight Craft. She now faces several major challenges if she is to succeed in executing President Trump’s international pro-life agenda.
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