By Cassy Fiano-Chesser Northern Ireland has announced that a permanent abortion “service” will now be established, allowing for the recruitment and training of abortionists. In 2019, the United Kingdom forced legalized abortion upon Northern Ireland, with the mandate taking effect in 2020. By 2021, the number of abortions had skyrocketed, but the British government wanted an even greater expansion of abortion. However, …Continue reading "Northern Ireland formally authorizes legal abortion, will fund abortionist recruitment and training"
By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday the Delhi High Court gave a 26 year old woman permission to abort a viable, pain-capable 33 week old unborn baby. Ordinarily abortions are “limited” to 24 weeks in India, although readers of NRL News Today know that in recent years exceptions have been freely made. The difference in this case is …Continue reading "India’s High Court okays 33 week abortion against advice of hospital"
By Right to Life UK A challenge to the discriminatory abortion law in the UK that permits abortion up to birth in cases where the baby is thought to have a disability has been rejected by the Court of Appeal. The Court of Appeal released its judgment that the UK abortion law was not discriminatory …Continue reading "Woman with Down’s syndrome vows to fight on against UK’s discriminatory abortion laws"
By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. Michael Higgins, who was published in the National Post on November 22, asks the Quebec College of Physicians if killing babies is just another form of “care.” Higgins explains that the Quebec College of Physicians told the Special Parliamentary Committee on Medical Assistance in Dying that they support …Continue reading "Is killing babies by euthanasia just another form of “care”?"
WASHINGTON, DC (November 17, 2022) – Countries must protect the rights of both women and unborn children—so pledge the 36 government signatories of the Geneva Consensus Declaration, launched in November 2020. The international Declaration marked its second anniversary at a high-level meeting of governments at the U.S. Capitol today, co-chaired by Senator Daines (R-Montana), Senator …Continue reading "Global Coalition of 36 Governments Recommits to Pro-Life Women’s Health Policy"
By Dave Andrusko A proposed new constitution for the nation of Chile was overwhelmingly defeated Sunday, garnering only 38% of the vote. The proposed constitution sought to introduce abortion on demand and euthanasia. Under its provisions, the Senate would also have been abolished and government-run health care created. “Democracy, as an act of responsible freedom, …Continue reading "Chileans overwhelming vote down new constitution which would have introduced abortion on demand and euthanasia"
By Right to Life UK Liz Truss MP has won the Conservative leadership contest by 81,326 votes to 60,399 and will replace Boris Johnson as Prime Minister. Since she was first elected as an MP in 2010, Ms Truss has either taken a pro-abortion position on votes or abstained. She has never taken a pro-life position …Continue reading "New UK Prime Minister Liz Truss has never taken a pro-life position on a vote"
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, …Continue reading "Attempt to Use War in Ukraine to Broaden Access to Abortion "
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 …Continue reading "Appalling: Biden Budget Increases UNFPA Funding Without Restrictions to China"
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, …Continue reading "WHO Demands Abortion at Any Time for Any Reason Throughout the World"
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 …Continue reading "Austrian assisted suicide law for people with disabilities began on January 1"
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 …Continue reading "Human Rights Council criticises Belgium’s euthanasia law"