Parental Rights Group Warns Against US Ratification of UN Rights of Child Treaty

“Honduras is test of new US policy on gay rights”

Alan E. Sears: Blurring the Lines Between An Agenda and Human Rights

Criminalizing Religious Criticism: UN Resolution Threatens Freedom of Speech

Working with Muslims to protect the unborn

Ben Bull: Special Rights For Some Undercut Equal Rights For All

    ADF Attorney Benjamin Bull Townhall : While we sit in our soft chairs watching big screen TVs and complaining that microwave popcorn takes too long to cook, activists backing the homosexual agenda relentlessly march on. Availing themselves of avenues that are notably left of center, both culturally and politically, they incrementally pursue and secure special treatment under the guise of “rights” and “equality.” And while we’ve seen this happen at many levels of government—both state and national—we err greatly if we fail to see the inroads being made on an international level as well.

  • Posted: 01/12/2012
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Piero A. Tozzi: Clash of Competing Rights Claims Raises Free Speech Concerns

San Jose Articles Bolster Pro-life Prospects for 2012

2011: The year the LGBT agenda was officially adopted as US Foreign Policy by the US Department of State

UN Agencies Sitting on Billions in Cash Reserves, Refuse full Compliance with Auditors

“Why We Need a Global Environmental Organization” | Huffington Post

“The Global Effort for Gay Rights” | The Atlantic

“UN Report Tries Unsuccessfully to Create New LBGT Rights”

George Neumayr: Hillary’s Surreal State Department: She Discovers a New Global Right

Saint-Petersburg Resolution on the anti-family trends in the United Nations, on the unacceptable actions of the United Nations human rights treaty monitoring bodies

    We, being the representatives of the civil society and non-governmental organizations of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, taking part in the second hearing conducted in Saint-Petersburg on November 24th, 2011, addressing the influence of international political organizations on the condition and welfare of the family in our countries, have examined the current trends concerning family problems in the United Nations, and in particular some activities of the UN treaty monitoring bodies, including the Committee on the Rights of the Child.

  • Posted: 12/21/2011
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Text of UN Report: Discriminatory laws and practices and acts of violence against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity

“UN issues first report on human rights of gay and lesbian people”

Traditional Values Coalition President detained as “security threat” to Hillary Clinton

State Department Hosts Conference On Implementing U.N. Freedom of Religion Resolution

“UN official tells nations to end gay executions”

Ben Bull: When Will Discrimination Against Christians be Banned?

UN elects 5th member to international court

Kevin Theriot: Secretary of State Says Homosexual Behavior Trumps Religious Freedom | Speak Up Movement Church Blog

UN Calls For “International Climate Court of Justice” would force western nations to pay “climate debt”

“Gay rights activists at UN: No more bullying”

Secy. State Clinton Says Religious Objections Do Not Trump “LGBT” Human Rights

Human Rights “Cloud” Obscures Development vs. Human Rights Debate

PNCI report on latest international pressures for abortion

“Bill outlawing gay marriage in oil-rich Nigeria puts foreign HIV, AIDS funding at risk”

Pro-Life Manifesto Spreading

Rogue UN Officials Reprimanded by UN Member States

    C-Fam: The most recent example of an independent expert going beyond their mandate is Anand Grover, the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health who claimed in his report last month that abortion is an international right. Individuals like Grover are appointed for their expertise in a particular area of human rights, but when they show significant bias in their reporting or claim that their opinions have international legal force, that expertise is called into question.

  • Posted: 12/01/2011
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At UN Vatican reaffirms stance against condoms for HIV/AIDS prevention – Analysis

300 In Maldives Protest UN Human Rights Commissioner’s Speech

UN General Assembly silent on “ominous” LGBT rights – so far

“UN should establish a global fund for justice” | Guardian

The United Nations Says Broadband Is Basic Human Right

UN Committee Tells Peru to Compensate Girl Denied an Abortion

Video: Global ‘right to abortion’ rejected at Brazilian pro-life conference

Pro-Abortion Group Tries to Redefine Health as Abortion at UN

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

The Birth Control Solution |

UNESCO funding in peril over Palestinian nod

Ted Turner: 7 billion reasons to empower women

Unesco gives Palestinians full membership

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

UNESCO to vote on Palestinian membership Monday

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

U.N. official: Fight against slavery still needs U.S. help

Experts challenge China’s 1-child population claim

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

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

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

Planned Parenthood Awards Number Two Senate Democrat

UN chief: People are losing trust in governments and institutions to do right

Ireland bows to UN recommendations on contraception, same-sex unions, religious hiring

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

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

UN toys with euthanasia, considers new treaty on aging

UK: MEPs welcome ‘historic turning point’ on UN gay rights vote

Al Jazeera: Bill Gates to support ‘Robin Hood’ tax

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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Conference: Legal Abortion Doesn’t Reduce Maternal Mortality

US walks out as Iran delivers anti-US speech

Hague: EU withholding position on Palestinian UN move

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

Israel PM departs for UN, says does not expect ‘warm welcome’

Teresa Collett: Liechtenstein rejects legalized abortion and UN pressure

Brazil: Abortion Hinders Achievement of Development Goals

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