Attempt to Use War in Ukraine to Broaden Access to Abortion 

By Marie Smith The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine has brought governments and organizations together to save lives, relocate refugees and provide the necessities of life, especially food, to those who remain in Ukraine. Pro-abortion organizations, however, view the growing emergency as an opportunity to change sovereign laws restricting abortion, provide abortion-inducing drugs in humanitarian kits, …

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Appalling:  Biden Budget Increases UNFPA Funding Without Restrictions to China

By Reggie Littlejohn, President,  Women’s Rights Without Frontier It is appalling that the Biden administration is proposing a 72% increase in the funding to the UNFPA, from $32.5 to 56 million for FY23, with no restrictions on allocations to China. Every dollar of these funds comes out of the pockets of U.S. taxpayers. UNFPA has worked …

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WHO Demands Abortion at Any Time for Any Reason Throughout the World

By Wesley J.  Smith  It’s often said that no right is absolute. But according to the World Health Organization (WHO), that maxim doesn’t apply to abortion. Its newly published “Abortion Care Guideline” is the most radically pro-abortion official document ever published (pdf). Indeed, in recommending abortion public policies for all the world’s nations to adopt, …

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Austrian assisted suicide law for people with disabilities began on January 1

By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition I reported a few weeks ago that the Austrian parliament had legalized assisted suicide for people with disabilities. The media have now published many articles about the Austrian assisted suicide law that went into effect on January 1. For example, an article by Bob Cronin for Newser.com reported …

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Human Rights Council criticises Belgium’s euthanasia law

By Right to Life UK Belgium has been criticised for its radical euthanasia law during a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHCR) in Geneva, Switzerland. The UNHCR is undergoing a “Universal Periodic Review”, in which member states’ human rights records are scrutinised and they may be called to consider reforms. Several states …

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The Geneva Consensus Declaration pushes back against western drive for more abortion

By Breakpoint Last week, Guatemala became the latest nation to sign the Geneva Consensus Declaration, the 35th nation to proclaim that human rights extend to unborn children.  The declaration rebuffs today’s Western imperialism: exporting abortion in the name of so-called “women’s rights.” When nations like Guatemala sign the Geneva Consensus Declaration, they’re committing to fight …

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‘Fake news’ from Malawi about unsafe abortions

Liberalising abortion laws will not save lives By Michael Cook  Earlier this month The London Telegraph published a confronting statistic about abortion: 12,000 women die every year in Malawi after back-street abortions. “These women die like chicken and sadly, no one seems to care about them,” said a local gynaecologist. And the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists …

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European Parliament Condemns US Pro-Life Laws

By Parliamentary Network for Critical issues A majority of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) adopted a resolution in the context of human rights that not only condemns and calls for the overturning of Texas Senate Bill 8, which prohibits abortion after detection of the unborn child’s heartbeat, but calls for the entire US to …

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Euthanasia: why are we letting all those perfectly good organs go to waste?

It sounds ghoulish, but doctors in the Netherlands are keen  By Michael Cook  One inevitable development of euthanasia which its supporters seldom mention is organ donation after euthanasia. A good number of people who request euthanasia suffer from neurological disorders, but their organs are still shipshape. A question which many doctors ask, then, is this: …

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Big crowd rallies against introducing new abortion law to Gibraltar

By Right to Life UK On 24 June Gibraltar will hold a referendum on whether to introduce a new abortion law to the territory. The referendum was initially scheduled for 19 March 2020 and the voting age was lowered to 16 for the vote. However, the referendum was delayed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 …

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National Right to Life Praises Geneva Consensus Declaration “there is no international right to abortion”

WASHINGTON — The countries of Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia, Uganda, and the United States co-sponsored a virtual gathering in Washington on October 22 to sign the Geneva Consensus Declaration. Thirty-three countries representing 1.6 billion people signed the Declaration stating that “there is no international right to abortion.” “This Declaration reaffirms that ‘every human being has the …

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U.S. and 31 other nations declare ‘no international right to abortion’ at UN

By Paul Smeaton On Thursday, the United States, in a coalition of 32 countries representing more than 1.6 billion people  issued a declaration at the United Nations that there is “no international right to abortion.”  “On Thursday, October 22, Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and HHS Secretary Alex Azar participated in the virtual signing of the …

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