A woman and four children By Marcus Roberts Although the one-child policy in China was ditched a couple of years ago, the law still prevents Chinese couples from deciding for themselves how many children to have. Couples are still prevented from having more than two children and suffer stiff penalties if they do not comply. …Continue reading "More victims of the two-child policy"
By Women’s Rights Without Frontiers “China abandons the One-Child Policy.” This is how the Chinese government announced its move to the Two-Child Policy, giving the misleading impression that all coercive population control had ceased. A close analysis of several reports coming out of China, however, demonstrates that Chinese government sources themselves inadvertently have admitted that …Continue reading "Chinese government sources admit forced abortion continues under two-child policy"
By Rep. Chris Smith )R-NJ) Editor’s note. Last week we posted the remarks of Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fl.), Cochairman of the Congressional Executive Commission on China, delivered at a Thursday hearing on “China’s New ‘Two Child Policy’ & the Continuation of Massive Crimes Against Women and Children. Today we are posting the remarks of Rep. …Continue reading "China’s announced “Two-Child Policy” doesn’t change the basic structure of coercive population control"
PRI celebrates human rights victory By Paul Wilson Editor’s note. This analysis comes from the Population Research Institute [PRI]. Vietnamese outlet Thanh Nien News reports that the Vietnamese government is preparing to categorically reverse its two-child policy. If this happens, Vietnamese families will be able to decide for themselves how many children they can have, …Continue reading "Vietnam Poised to End Two-Child Policy"