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Best Moments of the Year for Life and Family at the United Nations
It has been a remarkable year. As has been the case in recent years, we have many more positive stories to highlight than negative ones.
Worst Moments of the Year for Life and Family at the United Nations
While there were many positive moments to highlight this year, the bad ones were particularly bad, in fact, far worse than in any recent years.
Pro-Family Leaders Launch Declaration on Marriage in Cape Town
Pro-family leaders from around the world recently gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, to roll out and sign a declaration that aims to protect the family and traditional marriage.
Annual Review of New UN Goals Underwhelms, Avoids Controversy
Just a year ago nations agreed to massive new set of Sustainable Development Goals that were supposed to transform the way billions of dollars of aid will be spent in the decades ahead.
No “Brexit” option: pro-lifers “Remain”
More than one hundred young representatives of pro-family and pro-life NGOs recently gathered in Malaga, Spain, to learn how to better defend the life of the unborn in their countries….
LGBT Agenda Advances, Drives Wedge in UN System
The UN Human Rights Council narrowly adopted a resolution establishing the position of “independent expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,” with 22 votes in favor, 19 against, and 6 abstentions.
Violence, Spin, and Abuse of Power at OAS Meeting
For years the head of the OAS bureaucracy has tried to impose abortion and homosexuality throughout the Americas while the people have tried to protect their families and religious liberty. This week at annual meeting in Santo Domingo, the fight literally came to blows.
UNFPA: Birth control for girl sex slaves?
Just days after NYT reported ISIS is using modern contraceptives to turn young women into sex slaves, UNFPA’s chief tweeted “All #girls need reproductive #health services to help them avoid early #pregnancy…
Amnesty Fires, UN Hires Divisive Activist
An official who left Amnesty International mired in scandals has been appointed the second highest position at the UN’s human rights office.
African Women’s Solutions to War Clash with Feminists’ Agenda
When the UN Security Council adopted its latest resolution on the role of women in international peacebuilding and security last month, a familiar clash of opinions surfaced—among women. In particular, feminists driving the international policies are on opposite sides of women living in the realities of war-challenged areas.