New Manual: Abortions for Pre-Teens Without Parental Consent

An inter-agency group that includes several UN bodies has been working to create a right to abortion in humanitarian settings.

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Abortion Groups that Backed Biden are Coming to Collect

WASHINGTON, D.C. December 4 (C-Fam) Pro-abortion organizations that strongly supported Joe Biden in the recent U.S. presidential election are hoping that after being inaugurated in January, he will immediately move…

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EU Parliament Attacks Poland for Pro-Life Ruling

NEW YORK, December 4 (C-Fam) The European Parliament has adopted a resolution directly attacking Poland’s pro-life laws and asserting that abortion is an international right. The resolution, “On the de…

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UN Agency Wants to Force Controversial Sex-Ed on All Children

With students around the world struggling to continue their education in the midst of the pandemic, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has published a guidance document to ensure they receive the UN’s controversial sex education, wherever they are.

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EU Commissars to Crack Down on “Homophobia”

The European Commission intends to unleash a barrage of policies to impose LGBT uniformity across the European Union, including through the threat of sanctions.

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U.S. Fails to Capitalize on Growing Pro-Life Support in UN General Assembly

Despite a growing number of countries supporting U.S. pro-life diplomacy, the U.S. fell short of the votes necessary to add new pro-life protections in UN policy this week in the United Nations General Assembly.

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News Analysis: The Challenges of a Pro-Life Administration at the United Nations

Over the past four years the Trump administration has fought abortion at the UN like no previous Republican administration.

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U.S. Pushes Back on Abortion at Human Rights Council

At the UN in Geneva last week, European countries attacked the U.S. record on abortion. The U.S. pushed back.

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Editorial: Biden Would be a Disaster for the Unborn at the UN

The U.S. presidential election is not yet settled. But the campaign is over and, as a U.S.-based non-profit, we are now allowed to comment.

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Geneva Consensus Declaration Draws Backlash from Abortion Lobby

When the U.S. and over thirty other countries presented the Geneva Consensus Declaration reiterating that abortion is not an international human right, and that the family is the natural and fundamental unit of society, a backlash from the global abortion lobby was inevitable.

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State Department Pushes Gay Sodomy as Human Right

If social conservatives had one complaint against the Trump administration, it would be the continued practice started by the Obama administration of promoting the homosexual agenda through bilateral and multilateral means.

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BREAKING: Trump Administration Calls Out Secretary General on Abortion

John Barsa, the Acting Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, sent the UN Secretary General scolding UN experts for promoting abortion and urging him to “undertake a course-correction for the greater good of the UN.”

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BREAKING: Trump to Enforce Compliance on Abortion Overseas

Acting Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development John Barsa announced a new effort to enforce abortion-related restrictions on foreign assistance in a press release earlier today.

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Human Rights Council to Review Trump Administration’s Record on Human Rights

The Human Rights Council will review the record of the Trump administration next month.

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LGBT Issues Come Back Hard at UN Negotiations

Countries have witnessed a strong resurgence of LGBT advocacy in UN General Assembly negotiations.

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Governments Launch Pro-Life Declaration at United Nations

Governments from around the world launched a shot across the bow of UN abortion advocates in a document called the Geneva Consensus Declaration.

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U.K. Undermines Plan for Women’s Economic Empowerment Over Abortion

The United States launched a global plan for women’s economic development today. A sour note, however, was introduced by the United Kingdom’s attempt to put abortion at the heart of the plan.

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Catholic university: the best U.S. states for women graded on abortion access

Georgetown University recently released its “U.S. Women, Peace and Security Index” designating the best and worst states to be a woman. 

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Countries Use COVID-19 to Promote LGBT Agenda with U.S. Support

Thirty governments, including the Trump administration, called on countries to make the specific health needs of homosexual men, transgender individuals, and others who identify as LGBT a priority in government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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China Escalates War of Words at the UN, Tells U.S. to “Pull Back from the Brink”

The war of words between the United States and Communist China continues apace.

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Pompeo Prays Every Day at the State Department

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo touted the Trump administration’s record on international life issues and religious freedom at a virtual dinner in Florida last week. He also described praying every day when he enters the State Department.

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Abortion Still Unpopular After 25 Years of UN Lobbying

Countries complained about setbacks to abortion rights twenty-five years after a landmark UN conference on women that first cemented abortion in UN policy.

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EU Leads Opposition to Human Rights Statement

The United States just issued a statement at the UN reaffirming fundamental human rights long agreed to by UN Member States going back to the founding of the world body. Only 57 countries agreed to the statement; 136 did not join it.

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COVID Lethargy Stalks UN General Assembly

For the first time since the United Nations was founded in 1945, the world’s leaders did not come to New York for the kickoff of the new General Assembly session.

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UN Agencies Pressure Malawi to Liberalize Abortion Laws

Legislators in Malawi are facing heavy pressure to liberalize the country’s abortion laws during the current parliamentary session.

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