Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

India: 11,000 college students to work as ‘save girl sainiks’

Is the tide turning against the killing of ‘cursed’ infants in Ethiopia?

“U.N. Rules that Peru Must Relax Restrictions on Abortion” | Center for Reproductive Rights

Vatican, biotech firm host adult stem cell meeting

New Zealand Prime Minister Wrong to Back Assisted Suicide

European Court Upholds Austria Ban on In-Vitro Fertilization

China’s One-Child Policy Blasted in Congressional Hearing

Austrian Law Banning Egg and Sperm Donation In a Single IVF Procedure Upheld

Tory MP blasts legal-abortion supporter Justin Trudeau over talk to Catholic students

Make abortion ‘core’ hospital service, designate later-term abortion sites, urges Ontario report

Another Study Shows Abortion-Mental Health Issues Link

The Birth Control Solution |

Over 93,000 children killed by abortion in Canada in 2009 according to new stats

Congress to Hold Hearings on China’s One-Child Policy

72% of Canadians want legal protections for the unborn: poll

Shortage of women due to sex-selective abortion in India giving rise to ‘wife-sharing’

Dutch Doctors Expanding Euthanasia to “Lonely” People

Ted Turner: 7 billion reasons to empower women

Chuck Colson: We Must Fight the United Nations’ Pro-Abortion Culture

Hillary Clinton Visiting Philippines as Pro-Lifers Gather

Puerto Rican Senate approves penal code prohibiting abortion

India: Let’s abort our biases

European court recognizes human life from the moment of conception

Governments Condemn UN Official’s Attempt to Create A Right to Abortion

Experts challenge China’s 1-child population claim

UK: IVF for single women calls into question Government’s family values

Scotland: MacDonald in new suicide Bill attempt

CLF Granted Intervener Status – BC court to revisit constitutionality of euthanasia and physician assisted suicide

Ministries battle Uganda’s thriving child sacrifice business

“The buzz behind 7 billion people: A milestone and a warning” |CNN

Eastern Europe Sees Growing Pro-Life Effort Against Abortion

“U.N. Special Rapporteur calls on governments to decriminalize abortion”

Anu Kumar: “Do U.S. Abortion Restrictions Violate Human Rights?” | Huffington Post

Barcelona ‘Catholic’ hospital admits abortions and vasectomies continuing, priest says

United Nations Foundation – “7 Billion Reasons to Invest in Women’s Reproductive Health”

And Baby Makes Seven Billion: Human beings are minds, not mouths.

Australia’s leading ‘conservative’ politician backs away from pro-life, pro-family positions

Chinese abortion death due to birth quota enforcement, family claims

7 Billion People: What Population Control Advocates Don’t Say

Chinese toddler ignored after hit-and-run dies

Russia parliament adopts law restricting abortions

Greenpeace Was Behind EU Lawsuit Seeking to Patent Embryos

European Human Rights Court Protects Human Embryos

UK: Backdoor euthanasia in the NHS

‘Defund abortion’: Ontario taxpayers to rally in Toronto on Oct. 22nd

Pro-Life Leaders Meet for Asia-Pacific Congress in Kazakhstan

Tommy Thompson to address stem cell conference at Vatican

LifeSiteNews banned from public sessions of Canadian bishops’ meeting

‘We want the debate’ declares Canadian pro-life group

Chinese woman dies during forced abortion: was six months pregnant

Australia: UWA Embryonic-like Stem Cells In Breast Milk

UK bishop ties England’s riots to 5 million abortions over last 40 years

Ignoring millions of petition signatures, Colombian congress shelves pro-life amendment

Birth dearth: over 60 million fewer children in developed world than in 1965

100 Members of Congress Tell Obama: De-Fund Pro-Abortion UNFPA

Can a blood test really tell you when you’ll die?

Stanford report claims U.S. Mexico City policy increased abortions in Africa

Ontario: Pro-life memorial targeted by township: pro-lifers must remove or face legal action

Queen’s cousin: there is no such thing as a ‘right’ to abortion

Ireland rejects UN recommendations – The Irish Times – Mon, Oct 10, 2011

Ireland Justice Minister fails to defend nation’s pro-life laws at UN hearing

Most popular contraceptive in southern and eastern Africa may double HIV infection risk

‘Like pigs in the slaughterhouse’: The day Chinese officials brutally murdered my unborn child

Council of Europe Blasts Sex-Selection Abortions, But Promotes UNFPA

Land: Cut U.S. Funding to UN’s Population Fund

Major Pro-Life Legal/Scientific Document Launched at UN Headquarters

House panel OKs money cut for UN population fund

Wesley J. Smith: “Biological Colonialism: Bioethicists Urge Science Boycott of China Over Organ Killings”

Will There be Class Conflict Over Life-Extension Technologies?

    Sonia Arrison at The Volokh Conspiracy: Could class conflict or even warfare break out over life-extension technologies? It is true that technology is rarely adopted by everyone at the same time, and when life-extending science hits the market, it will almost certainly be used by the wealthy first. In the early stages of the technology’s rollout, disparities in life expectancy between people within developed countries will surely grow, as will the difference in life expectancy between developed and developing countries.

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Assisted suicide law around the world

Contraceptive Increases HIV Risk in African Study

Canadian Pro-Lifer Is Jailed Again — and Is Counseling Pregnant Women in Prison

Muslims, Christians Criticize Two-Child Proposal In Indian State