Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

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

India ‘two-child policy’ state bill to target large families, religious leaders

Canadian gvmt caught violating promise not to fund abortion abroad, MPs ticked

French abortionist complains that doctors are increasingly refusing to do abortions

UN toys with euthanasia, considers new treaty on aging

Bill De-Funding Pro-Abortion UNFPA Gets Hearing Next Week

Mexico High Court Lets Anti-Abortion Law Stand

Thai morgue worker jailed for concealing fetuses

UK: Judge rejects bid to end ‘conscious’ woman’s life

Bill Bans China’s Population Controllers From U.S. Entry

Polish pro-life leader found ‘not guilty’ in criminal suit by top abortion activist

‘Blood streamed across his body’: Leaked report details chilling stories of China one-child policy

IVF babies up to 10 times more likely to suffer rare genetic disorders: geneticist

Assisted Suicide – A New Campaign in Canada

One Child Policy — Groundbreaking New Report Documents Brutal Coercion

UN Official Says Abortion is a Human Right, Secretary General Endorses Report

    C-FAM: While world attention may be focused on the UN General Assembly as it grapples with Palestinian statehood, the methodical drive by United Nations officials to promote legal abortion internationally goes on largely unnoticed. During the summer months, when press coverage of UN activities is minimal, the UN Secretariat released a report from the UN Human Rights Council calling on all nations to accept that women and girls must be granted access to legal abortion in order for them to fully enjoy their human rights.


  • Posted: 09/26/2011
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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Only 1 in 10 doctors would commit euthanasia if bill passes in Portugal: ethicist

Canada Renews Funding for Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

Conference: Legal Abortion Doesn’t Reduce Maternal Mortality

Canada Renews Funding for Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

UK medics lead Europe’s first embryonic stem cell trial

Elderly Canadian priest suspended for denouncing abortion, homosexual behavior

Bill Saunders: Time to End Funding for UNFPA Over Forced Abortions in China

France: Pro-Abortion Activists Violently Attack Pro-Lifers

Mexican Roe v. Wade: Mexico Supreme Court Considers Case to Revoke Personhood of Preborn Children

UK: MP speaks up for terminally ill

China stuck in a gender balance time warp

“U.N. Committee against Torture: Ireland Must Ensure Access to Lawful Abortion”

Teresa Collett: Liechtenstein rejects legalized abortion and UN pressure

Brazil: Abortion Hinders Achievement of Development Goals

Irish university locks out students, pro-life counselors from abortion ‘masterclass’

Colombian Senate to debate pro-life constitutional amendment supported by millions

Congressional Hearing Marks 35 Years of China’s One-Child Policy

What happens if the population forecasts are wrong?

New Brunswick court orders re-trial for dad convicted of spanking

Pre-teens in South Africa given contraceptive injection without parental consent

The graying of the world: UN’s high fertility projections still show rapid global aging

Liechtenstein rejects plan to legalize abortion

Ireland: State response to European court abortion ruling ‘inappropriate’

Chinese respect for elderly devastated after decades of population control

Canada: McGuinty Liberals consider expanding taxpayer funding for IVF

Chilean president promises to veto ‘therapeutic abortion’ bills

European Court of Human Rights Hears Italian Bioethics Case

McGuinty Liberals consider expanding taxpayer funding for IVF

Increase third world ‘family planning’ to deal with overpopulation: Head of UN women’s agency

William Saunders: “European Court of Human Rights Finds No Right to Abortion Under European Human Rights Convention”

    William Saunders at The Federalist Society: Before the European Court of Human Rights (“ECHR” or “the Court”) delivered its decision in the case of A. B. and C. v. Ireland (“ABC” or “ABC v. Ireland”) on December 16, 2010, there had been widespread speculation as to the potential breadth of the decision and its implications for the sovereignty of nation states that are members of the Council of Europe. Such speculation was encouraged by the fact that instead of being heard by a single Chamber of the ECHR, the case had been referred to the Grand Chamber, composed of all judges of the ECHR, and by the fact that the Court took longer than it normally does to issue its opinion…


  • Posted: 09/13/2011
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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Island nation of Mauritius gives way to UN pressure to legalize abortion

Chinese Human Rights Oppression: Anyone deemed disloyal to the Party is excluded from the people and loses his rights

Pro-Life World Congress to be held in Costa Rica in October

Parents could be barred from knowing sex of unborn baby

Chinese question one-child policy: A generation less willing to follow the party line

Mexican secretary of health opposes freezing embryos as country debates issue

U.S. Govt. Largest Population Control Promoter in Philippines

Dutch Guidelines Compel Doctors to Refer for Euthanasia

Chile Senate Passes Measure Aimed at Legalizing Abortion

Liechtenstein prince threatens to veto abortion legalization referendum

Legalising Death

Polish lawmakers threatened with fine for supporting abortion ban defend vote

Philippines: Three Pro-RH Bill Groups Support Abortion

Top of Chinese wealthy’s wish list? To leave China

UK legislators reject curb on abortion advice

UK: Evangelicals back independent abortion counselling for women

UK: CPS is failing to prosecute cases of assisted suicide

UK: Nadine Dorries in ‘covert whipping’ claim on abortion

British lawmakers in rare debate on abortion law

Quebec lawyer seeks right to euthanasia for woman with Lou Gehrig’s disease

The Guardian: “Anti-abortion bid in disarray as critics rally”

Demoting Humans: John Haas Discusses the Greatest Bioethical Challenge Today

    ZENIT:

    ZENIT: What are the most important subjects in bioethics today?

    Haas: From my point of view it is the de-personalization and de-humanization of health services. Human beings are being regarded as lacking rights. Organ donation has become an international business. The same happens with in vitro fertilization that, in the United States, moves close to $5 million every year. Men and women are not being regarded as human beings, but as material to use for scientific experiments, even on some occasions for experiments that, on the surface, have the very good intention of helping others.


  • Posted: 09/02/2011
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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New UN Population Projections Have India Outpacing China

End Human Trafficking: A Contemporary Slavery

Abortion law reform plans criticised by women’s groups

Australia May Have Dangerous Abortion Drug Available Soon

Roman prostitutes were forced to kill their own children and bury them in mass graves at English ‘brothel’