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Inter-American Human Rights Court Tries to Impose Homosexual Marriage on Entire Continent
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights published a much-anticipated advisory opinion earlier this month that says homosexual marriage and transgender identity change are human rights in the American Convention on Human Rights.
Worst Moments for Human Life and the Family at the UN in 2017
Of many bad moments for the unborn child and the natural family, five stand out in 2017.
UN Women Goes to Washington in Search of Funds
The head of UN Women lobbied lawmakers in Washington D.C. recently for more funding, even as others work to defund the billion dollar-a-year-agency for its controversial stand on abortion.
UN Human Rights Committee Formally Excludes Unborn Child from “Right to Life”
Despite pleas from more than one hundred governments and pro-life organizations, including the United States and Poland, the UN Human Rights Committee has excluded unborn children from the right to life in international law this week in Geneva.
Another UN Committee Says Abortion May be a Right, but not on Basis of Disability
The UN committee that monitors compliance with the Disabilities Convention stated that nations must provide access to abortion as a human right, but that they should not do so on the basis disabilities alone.
Tell-all Event Exposes Judicial Activism of Inter-American Court
The Inter-American Court may try to impose same-sex marriage and access to abortion on all countries in Latin America, at least based on recent remarks by its President, Roberto Caldas, and other judges of the court.
UNFPA Annual Population Report: From Paternalism to Ventriloquism
Every year, the United Nations Population Fund publishes a glossy report describing how its fertility reduction approach will help solve the problems facing the world.
Parents Defeat Gender Ideology in Paraguay
“We respect diversity, but this does not mean we must support gender ideology,” said Paraguay Minister of Education, Enrique Riera, earlier this month. Mr. Riera’s words accompanied a resolution by…
What the New General Assembly May Hold for President Trump
All eyes are on the United States this week as United Nations General Assembly begins its 72nd annual fall session. Will the Trump administration push a more conservative position on life and family matters in the coming three months?
Latin American Legislators Reproach Costa Rica Government’s Attempts to Abuse the Human Rights System
A delegation of the Hemispheric Congress of Legislators visited Costa Rica last week. Its members denounced the recent attempt of the Government of President Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera to…
UN Event Names and Shames Purveyors of Child Rape, Trafficking
“Decriminalization of prostitution is the most monstrous, preposterous, counterproductive act we could possibly conceive,” a prostitution survivor declared at a UN high-level meeting on human trafficking yesterday.
U.S. President Asks the UN, “Are We Still Patriots?”
President Trump’s first UN speech to the General Assembly on Tuesday caught world leaders off guard and challenged seemingly unassailable attitudes about international cooperation.
Editorial: New Data Show UN Human Rights System May Reflect Regional, Not Universal Rights
Universality is the cornerstone of human rights law and a central focus of the United Nations. But when small groups of experts and wealthy countries attempt to redefine international human rights, the entire framework is discredited.
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.
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…
Maria da Penha v. Brazil in the Inter- American Commission on Human Rights: An Analysis of the Impacts of the Convention of Belém do Pará in the Federal Legislation
Between 2002 and 2004, feminist NGOs gathered to draft a law to combat domestic violence against women in Brazil. Known as the Maria da Penha law and passed in August…
New UN Database Pressures Countries on Abortion
The World Health Organization has launched a new interactive database on global abortion laws and policies, aimed to pressuring countries to conform their abortion laws to the recommendations of UN agencies and bureaucrats.
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…
Embattled LGBT Czar Calls for Hate Speech Laws and Web Censorship
Appearing before the Human Rights Council for the first time, UN independent expert on LGBT issues Vitit Muntarbhorn refused to retrench even as he appeared embattled and emotional from criticism of his work.
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…
Analysis Shows Only a Tiny Number of UN Member States Preoccupied with Homosexuality
A new analysis of the UN human rights monitoring system shows a universal obsession among experts but only a tiny number of member states with the controversial issues of abortion and homosexuality.
UN Secretariat, UNFPA Show Their Hand on Abortion Rights at Feminist Conclave
Senior UN staff partnered with abortion groups at the recent UN women’s conference to promote “sexual and reproductive rights” that, when pressed, they could not specifically define.
Trafficking Survivors Tell UN: Strengthen Families To Protect Women and Girls
Women who were trafficked or mistreated for their reproductive organs told the UN this week that to successfully combat modern-day slavery, countries must respect and empower the family.
UN Staff, EU Politicians, Abortion Groups Join Forces to Vilify U.S. Pro-life Stance
More than forty-five governments and high-ranking UN staff convened in Brussels this week to raise money and combat U.S. pro-life policies.