Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

Putin Defends Ban On Us Adoptions Of Russian Kids

Britain issues new guidelines on prosecuting offensive online comments

British politician: ‘consider compulsory abortion’ for Downs babies

Study: Mexico City Legalized Abortions Based on Pro-Abortion Lies

Belgian Euthanasia to Expand to Minors

Denmark: The Brutality of Late Term Abortion | Wesley Smith at NRO

Irish abortion debate shifts to focus on suicide exemption

Human cloning ‘within 50 years’

Legalized prostitution significantly increases human sex trafficking: study

    LifeSiteNews: A study of the impact of legalized prostitution has found that countries where prostitution is legal experience larger reported human trafficking inflows than countries in which prostitution is prohibited. Professor Eric Neumayer of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a team of researchers analyzed data on human trafficking from a global sample of 116 countries in order to determine what effect a country’s domestic policy on prostitution has on trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for victims.

  • Posted: 12/17/2012
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Euthanasia ‘trivialized’ in Belgium: report by bioethics institute

Philippines Oks Divisive Contraceptives Bill

Council of Europe Is Imposing Abortion on Ireland, Poland

In Philippines, Reproductive Health Bill Passes Important Second Reading

WHO Using Backdoor Methods to Push Abortion at the UN

Philippines May Pass Reproductive Health Bill, Precursor to Abortion

Study: Guttmacher inflated Mexican abortion rate

Studies Show Abortion May Increase Premature Death, Breast Cancer Risk

Abortion’s Backdoor Maneuver at the U.N.

More premature babies surviving, study finds

Irish Bishops, Pro-Lifers Mobilize Against Proposed Abortion Law Changes

Canada: Sex selection: discrimination or reproductive rights? (Video)

Why is the United Nations Foundation Bashing Pro-Life Advocates? Life Legal Defense Foundation Responds

Clinton faces pressure to address abortion law on Ireland trip

Falling sperm count sparks French fertility concerns

Canada: Tory MP stirs abortion debate with motion

Abortion ‘is gravely immoral in all circumstances’: Ireland’s Catholic bishops

Women Who Have Abortions More Likely to Suffer From Substance Abuse: Study

Ghana: Illegal Abortions Soar in B.A

Reporter who broke Savita story: there may have been no request for a ‘termination’

UK: Couple sue for IVF in landmark ‘age discrimination’ case

Ireland: Halappanavar family to take case to European court

UK: Now sick babies go on death pathway: Doctor’s haunting testimony reveals how children are put on end-of-life plan

Bioethics expert warns against GM babies plan

Abortion debate reaches fever pitch in Ireland: govt under heavy pressure

What the Irish abortion tragedy means for the U.S. | Julie F. Kay at the Chicago Tribune

“Canada poised to partially lift ban on gay men giving blood”

Push for Assisted Suicide in Canada, UK Ignores Involuntary Euthanasia

Disability Treaty Goes to Senate Floor

Ignoring 12 U.S. abortion deaths to push ‘safe and legal’ abortions in Ireland

Italy appeals European court’s ruling on embryo screening

Government will act ‘speedily’ to legalize abortion: Irish Labour Party

Luxembourg legalises abortion on demand

Canada: 491 Babies Born Alive After Failed Abortions, Left to Die

UNFPA’S Dark View

Europe mulls banning ‘boxes’ for abandoned babies

Irish Bishops Issue Statement on Death of Savita Halappanavar

BBC Creates Assisted Suicide Sitcom

Savita Halappanavar: Galway doctors dropped from death inquiry

Thousands march for right to kill babies in Ireland

‘Legalize abortion now!’: The whole world is baying for the blood of Irish children

Vatican turns critical eye to abortions at Catholic hospitals

Ireland: Abortion-promoters knew about Savita case days before media: Leaked e-mail

    LifeSiteNews: The death of a young woman in Galway, reportedly from complications of a miscarriage, has abortion-promoters demonstrating in the streets of Dublin, demanding legislation to legalise abortion. Pro-life leaders in Ireland and abroad, however, have slammed the media and abortion campaigners for using the young woman’s tragic death despite the dearth of details about what actually happened. They have also pointed to clear evidence that pro-abortion groups knew about Savita’s case days before it hit the media, and that they were already planning on using the case to further their cause.

  • Posted: 11/16/2012
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Savita Died Because Doctors Failed to Follow Irish Pro-Life Law

UNFPA’s Crass Debasement Of “Human Rights”

Ireland: “Eilís Mulroy: Pro-choice side must not hijack this terrible event”

Dutch Hospital To Lead Organ Trafficking Probe

Irish Doctors Seek New Abortion Law After A Death

Clones and three parent babies: crossing an ethical line

European Court of Human Rights Finds Slovakia violated Romani women’s rights in another involuntary sterilization case

“Abortion debate flares in Ireland over death of critically ill woman denied quick termination”

Canada: Opposition to motion condemning sex-selective abortion ‘difficult to imagine’

European Parliament: Planned Parenthood Challenged on Sex-Selection Abortions

Analysis: Guttmacher Institute Equates Abortion Limits With Forced Abortion

Turkish Women on Trial for Protesting Plan to Restrict Abortion

McGuinty weighs in on Catholic school trip controversy: ‘As a Catholic, I’m pro-choice’

Australia university blocks pro-life group: worried group would ‘target women’

A Lousy Procedure, A Messy Judgment: The European Human Rights Court’s Newest Attempt To Fabricate A „right To Abortion“

200 Million Girls Killed in China, Where Are the Feminists?

UK paying hospitals to put terminally-ill patients on pathway to death

Barcelona: Hidden camera: Doctor in hospital with Catholic ties urges Down syndrome test, abortion

Chinese entity urges end to ‘one-child’ policy

Abortion Debate held at Westminster

UK: Abortion counselling consultation called off

Palliative care association reluctantly reviews UK death pathway; pro-lifers skeptical

    LifeSiteNews: A group of pro-life physicians and other professionals, as well as the Catholic archbishop of Southwark, and innumerable patient’s families, are now being joined by the UK Health Secretary in calling for a thorough, independent review of the reported abuses of the Liverpool Care Pathway, a controversial end-of-life medical care protocol. A public outcry is growing after news media have revealed that doctors are using the LCP as a method of passive euthanasia, in some cases for financial reasons.

  • Posted: 10/31/2012
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Group funded by American billionaire launches complaint against Ireland’s pro-life laws