World’s Top Sex Ed Promoter Promises Radical Social Change

A U.S.-based organization with a long history of promoting controversial curricula for children recently rebranded itself, declaring its mission to promote radical social change through sex education.

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Council of Europe Commissar Tries to Halt Slovakia Abortion Ultrasound Bill

A pro-life Slovak bill requiring mothers to see an ultrasound of their babies before an abortion provoked blistering condemnations from Council of Europe officials and abortion groups last week.

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UN to Downplay Crime of Child Pornography

The UN General Assembly will replace the term “child pornography” with “child sexual abuse material” even though experts have warned in the past that the move could make it harder to prosecute some child pornography cases.

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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.

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UN Women Takes Neutral Position on Criminalization of Prostitution

The UN agency for women recently announced its neutrality on whether prostitution should be criminalized.

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Trump Pro-life Diplomacy Roils General Assembly Debates  

Abortion is as controversial today at UN headquarters as it was before Barack Obama took office in the White House, thanks to pro-life diplomacy from the Trump administration. 

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Kenyans Strongly Rebuke UN Agency for Using Africa as a Backdrop to Promote Abortion

The UN population agency’s plans to host a government conference on “sexual and reproductive health” in Kenya backfired this week, as Kenyans fought back attempts to export Western sexual norms in Africa.

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Holy See Pulls Out of Nairobi Summit, U.S. Leads Opposition to Abortion Agenda

From start to finish the Nairobi Summit that concluded today in Kenya was clouded by charges of illegitimacy.

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General Assembly Inches Toward Redefining Gender as Social Construct

Nations clashed over a proposed UN treaty on crimes against humanity at UN headquarters last week. If adopted, the new treaty would change the definition of gender in international law to include more than 100 genders.

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Large Population of Scientists Thinks There Are Too Many of the Rest of Us

Elite scientists said this week that overpopulation is a top reason for climate change and our numbers should be reduced. In a statement by  11,000 scientists, population control was one of six priority areas.

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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.

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Senate Leader Pulls Funding Bill that Promotes Abortion and Homosexuality

Senate leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) withdrew the overseas funding bill from a package of appropriation bills this week because of pro-life concerns.

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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.

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Major Family Planning Groups Show How They Promote Abortion in Humanitarian Crises

Several major family planning groups recently revealed how they are working to integrate abortion into their humanitarian work. The groups were quite open about this at an event hosted by the Wilson Center in Washington DC.

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EXCLUSIVE: UN Agency Blocks Pro-Lifers from Conference

The pro-abortion UN Population Fund (UNFPA) does not want pro-life critics in attendance when the agency convenes a conference in Nairobi in mid-November.

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Crazy Treaty Bodies at Heart of Abortion LGBT Battles at UN

The General Assembly isn’t yet scheduled to take up treaty body reform until next year.

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Brazilian Prosecutor Takes Aim at World Health Organization Abortion Guidelines

Brazilian prosecutors may launch a criminal investigation into a magazine that promoted illegal abortions based on controversial guidelines from the World Health Organization.

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Court Rules Northern Ireland’s Abortion Restrictions Violate Human Rights Law

A high court judgment in Belfast last week ruled that Northern Ireland’s abortion restrictions are a violation of human rights commitments, further increasing the pressure on the territory, which is part of the U.K., to remove its legal protections for the unborn.

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EXCLUSIVE: New UN Treaty May Put Gender Ideology in International Law

In a new treaty, the General Assembly may scrap the definition of gender as “male and female” currently in international law and endorse a definition of gender as “socially constructed.” The new definition would open the door to 100+ “genders” in binding law.

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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.

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U.S. Coalition Tells UN: “There is no International Right to Abortion”

The United States led a coalition of twenty-one countries to promote pro-life and pro-family international policies and oppose abortion at the United Nations on Monday.

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How President Trump’s Pro-Life Statement at the UN Came About

This week at the opening of the 74thUnited Nations General Assembly, President Donald Trump delivered what may be the most pro-life statement any president has ever delivered to the world body.

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UN LGBT Czar Takes Aim Against Religions

A UN expert charged with promoting LGBT rights around the world called on governments to take action against religions that don’t embrace LGBT rights.

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Abortion Politics Threaten U.S. Budget Battle

Abortion has roiled the ongoing budget battles in the U.S. Congress.  

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Proposed Law Would Ban Foreign Critics of LGBT

A bill recently passed out of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee would allow the federal government to block U.S. visas for foreign individuals who criticize or otherwise work against the LGBT movement.

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