By Scott Fischbach, Executive Director, MCCL GO This past week the World Health Assembly was held in Geneva. It’s the annual meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO). During the event, the United States delegation spoke up clearly and strongly in defense of unborn children and in opposition to abortion. Commenting on a report on …Continue reading "U.S. delegation tells World Health Assembly “We do not recognize an international right to abortion”"
By Paul Stark Yesterday at the World Health Assembly, the annual meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, the Holy See delegation spoke up strongly in defense of unborn children who are threatened by WHO’s abortion advocacy. The Holy See’s statement concerned a report on women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ health, including “sexual and …Continue reading "Holy See defends the unborn at World Health Assembly"
WHA urged to focus on improved maternal health care GENEVA, Switzerland — Legalized abortion is widely touted as beneficial to women, but a wealth of medical and psychological evidence suggests otherwise, according to a new analysis of decades of research. The analysis was released today at the World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva by Minnesota …Continue reading "Women suffer in multiple ways from abortion, reveals new analysis of research"
By Carol Tobias, President National Right to Life Recently National Right to Life, in conjunction with Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach, released a new analysis of research from Chile and other sources showing that it is improved medical care, not legalizing abortion, that is the solution to the problem of maternal deaths in …Continue reading "New Analysis: Abortion Does Not Improve Maternal Health"