Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

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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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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Group funded by American billionaire launches complaint against Ireland’s pro-life laws

UK: Schoolgirls, 13, given birth control jabs during lunch

Free votes on abortion are ‘a myth’

B.C.: Pro-Life Groups Say They Were Defamed

Induced abortion linked to high breast cancer risk Induced abortion linked to high breast cancer risk

The ‘triple jeopardy’ facing Britain

France: Lawmakers Pass Bill To Pay For Abortions

Switzerland: 750% Increase in Assisted Suicides Since 1998

MPs to debate abortion in Westminster Hall

UK: Abortion debate returns to Commons as Nadine Dorries wins ballot

Creative Campaign Re-Opens Debate on Abortion in Latvia

Protests surround abortion clinic in N. Ireland

Human Rights Group Honors Chinese Activist In Ny

Possibly 200 Million Girls Missing Due to Sex-Selection Abortion

Latvia: A Remarkable Pro-life Campaign Followed By An Official Conference In The Parliament On The “right To Life”

Polish govt. will pay for test tube babies, despite pressure from Catholic bishops

Health Minister to Sneak Abortion into Ireland through Regulations

Protests as Ireland’s 1st abortion clinic opens

Thousands demand abortion defunding in mini rallies at MPPs offices across Ontario

Uruguay legalises abortion

Center for Reproductive Rights asks Inter-American Commission to address El Salvador abortion laws

France to Cover 100 Percent of the Cost of Abortions

Scots teen abortion percentage second highest in world

Pro-abortion Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty resigns

Quebec: Pro-abortion protesters storm church chanting, ‘If Mary had aborted, we wouldn’t have this nonsense’

UK: “Care? No, this is a pathway to killing people that doctors deem worthless”

Scotland: Girls, 13, given morning-after pill without parents’ knowledge

Ireland: New abortion clinic to be monitored

Canada: Will “choice” trump even gendercide?

Argentina Supreme Court amidst protest: Abortion must be allowed in case of prostitution victim

‘Another worse’ offense does not cure rape, Argentinian judge rules in pro-life decision

UK: One in 10 babies born within 24-week abortion limit lives to see their first birthday, official figures show

USAID Unleashes Norplant-Like Implant for Poor Women

Belfast To Open Ireland’s 1st Abortion Clinic

Romney Will Stop International Planned Parenthood Funding

Belgium Leads In Organ Transplants From Those Euthanized

Quebec government reveals plan to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide

Argentine court blocks abortion for rape victim

More cabinet ministers support reduction in abortion time limit

U.S One of Four Nations to OK Late-Term Abortions for Any Reason

Japan: Eggs created from stem cells in fertility breakthrough

UK: New equalities minister says abortion limit should be lowered

Human Rights Council Attempts to Create Abortion Right

Cardinal of Vatican ‘Justice and Peace’ says no Catholic funds to pro-abortion groups

UN Human Rights Commissioner seeks to criminalise abortion opposition

Nigerian Catholic doctors association rejects USAID abortion, egg harvesting money

Moroccan warships block entrance of Dutch abortion ship

Canadian Man Charged With Assisted Suicide of Depressed Woman

Canadian feminists back sex selection as valid reason for abortion

New Report Alleges: EU Finances Forced Abortions

UN Global Tax for Health?

UK judges refuse to permit appeal of euthanasia case

Dutch euthanasia: psychiatric and dementia patients killed

World faces ageing population time bomb says UN

France to cover 100 percent of abortion costs

Uruguay Lawmakers Conflicted On Vote To Decriminalize Abortion

UN Urges Protection For Elderly As World Grays

Majority of MPs oppose assisted suicide

New bid for assisted suicide in Scotland moves forward

New Study Reignites Abortion Drug Controversy

    C-FAM: A new study critiquing a drug’s effectiveness in childbirth sparked a vicious backlash from the abortion lobby this week, deepening concerns over the politicization of international maternal health research. A study published in the prestigious journal of the Royal Society of Medicine investigated how well the drug misoprostol prevents life-threatening bleeding in women who have just delivered a baby. It found that existing research is insufficient to justify the inclusion of misoprostol on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) list of essential medicines.


  • Posted: 09/27/2012
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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German Police: Woman Suspected Of Killing 5 Babies

Swiss parliament rejects tighter controls on assisted suicide

USAID Launches New Longterm Contraceptive Implant For Poor Women – $524 Million

Ireland: Abortion advice row to be subject of judicial review

Canada: Conservative MP’s abortion motion spurs controversy within party

President Issues Executive Order to Stop Human Trafficking in Government Contracts | ACLU

    ACLU: Today, President Barack Obama signed an executive order that will give better protections to vulnerable workers employed by government contractors. The order, announced on the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, lays out new requirements for U.S. government contractors and their subcontractors operating overseas to prevent human trafficking and forced labor.


  • Posted: 09/26/2012
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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Uruguay Lawmakers Vote To Legalize Abortion

Reported Dutch Euthanasia Cases Rise