Human Rights and Intl Law Archives - Page 2 of 7 - C-Fam

Abortion Lobby Admits to Using Maternal Health to Promote Abortion

A recently published article exposes how abortion practitioners used U.S. foreign aid and the guise of “post abortion care” to increase the number of abortions in Zambia.

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“LGBT Rights” and Male Rape in Conflict: How to Abuse Humanitarian Law.

Senior Vice President and Research Director at C-Fam, Dr. Susan Yoshihara, was one of the first scholars in the world to warn the international community about the attempts of global…

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Editorial: The Mexico City Policy is Not a Violation of Human Rights

Mainstream media headlines this week painted President Donald Trump’s executive order banning funding for foreign abortions as an end to all U.S. support for global women’s health. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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European Parliament Abortion Campaign Seeks to Indoctrinate Children

The European Parliament has launched a campaign to promote abortion among the continent’s adolescents.

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New UN LGBT Expert Doubles Down Against Religious Freedom, Describes “Entry Points” for Homosexual and Transgender Rights

The new UN expert on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) issues outlined a strategy for his three-year term before dozens of supportive UN bureaucrats, delegates, and activists in a meeting last week.

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New US UN Ambassador Nominee Stands by Pro-Life Position at Confirmation Hearing

President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for United States UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley, repeatedly asserted her pro-life views during her Wednesday confirmation hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Five Things the Trump Administration Must Do at the UN

There are five main things the Trump administration must do to put U.S. foreign policy back on a pro-life and pro-family track.

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Could Mexican Lives Be Saved by Trump’s Presidency if the New Mexico City Constitution Will Not Protect Them?

As usual, cultural Marxists—and all those who aim at destroying the beauty, and at obscuring the true value and meaning of human dignity, of life, and of the family—are taking…

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Editorial: Trump Faces a Different Sort of UN Reform

Holding the UN more accountable isn’t just about using the power of the President and Congress to withhold funds—as past Republican administrations have rightly but perhaps restrictively tended to do.

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The Voice of the Latin American People is Pro-life and Pro-Family. Interviews from Paraguay, Panama, Guatemala, and Mexico.

The recent vote of the UN General Assembly, on the institution of an independent expert on sexual orientation and gender, did not reflect the laws, and the values, of many…

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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.

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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.

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US UN Ambassador Implies African States Condone Mass Murder of Homosexuals

In what can only be considered well outside the bounds of usually polite diplomatic discourse, an obviously agitated US UN Ambassador Samantha Power implied that African delegations were complicit in the murder of homosexuals who are thrown off of rooftops in certain Muslim-held cities.

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OAS event proposes abortion to stop teen marriages

The Organization of the American States (OAS) hosted an international event proposing the way to end the tragedy of child marriage is by letting children have abortions.

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UN’s New Top Bureaucrat Raises Hopes

The United Nations swore in its ninth Secretary General on Monday, former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres, raising cautious optimism from pro-life and pro-family groups after 10 years of activism under Guterres’ predecessor Ban Ki-moon.

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New UN Czar for Homosexual and Transgender Rights Taunts General Assembly

With his job still on the line, the newly appointed UN independent expert for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights laid out a provocative agenda for his 3-year term last week.

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Committee Vote in General Assembly Should Worry LGBT Rights Supporters

An African challenge to a newly established post of UN ombudsman for LGBT rights failed in a close vote in the 3rd committee of the UN General Assembly on Monday.

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Zika emergency downgraded, vigilance on emergency funding begins

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced the end of the Zika emergency and shift to a long-term response to the virus on Friday

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“Sexual Rights” Proponents Seek Legitimacy Through Universal Periodic Review

Western activists have turned to a relatively obscure UN procedure to change national laws in traditional countries on such things as homosexual marriage and sexual “rights”.

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International Law Commission Ignores Criticism, Proposes Progressive Rules

New rules from the world’s highest international law body will likely lead to an onslaught of litigation and judicial decisions on the basis of new and non-negotiated customary international law.

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Countries Take up Positions Ahead of UN Vote on LGBT Rights

The UN General Assembly is preparing the battlefield for the most important vote on the homosexual agenda it has ever faced.

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Wikileaks: Clinton and Her Team Deeply Involved in UN LGBT Minutiae

Leaked emails show how intimately familiar and ardently concerned Hillary Clinton and her closest advisors are with the minutiae of social policy debates and how they intend to use its arcane language to promote “sexual rights” in traditional countries.

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Obama Legacy to International LGBT Rights Falls Short of Expectations In Final Hurdle

President Obama’s last legacy to the international homosexual rights movement drew complaint instead of gratitude.

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Wikileaks: Clinton Will Fund Overseas Abortion Without Conscience Protections

Recently released Wikileaks emails show that President Obama wanted to fund abortions overseas, a clear violation of longstanding US law and policy, but that he nonetheless wanted to allow for conscience protection for doctors reluctant to perform abortions.

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UNESCO Promotes “LGBT rights” for children

With a new publication, UNESCO has joined list of UN agencies advocating for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender agenda.

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