Family Planning or Abortion Planning?

The Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute has an article in its latest Friday Fax which investigates the truth behind words such as famiy planning and reproductive health, used by pro-abortionists. The article suggests that abortion is being pushed by UN agencies behind these seemingly innocent sounding words. For article click here.

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POSTED 22 May 2012
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Islam media blitz

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the largest intergovenmental organisation after the UN has agreed to expose ‘anti-Muslim movements in the world and will keep tabs on problems faced by muslim citizens in the Western and Asian countries. Source: Today’s Zaman

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POSTED 4 May 2012
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Special Status

The UN Economic and Social Council voted on 27 July, 2011 to grant consultative status to the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA). It allows the ILGA to attend UN conferences and meetings, make oral interventions, host panels in UN buildings, make written statements and reports. ILGA first got consultative status in 1993 but lost it after one year and has been trying to regain the status ever since. 29 countries voted in favour, 14 against, 5 abstained. Those in favour included Australia, US, Canada. Those against: Iraq, Egypt etc. Abstained: Philippines etc. For full story from the ILGA: http://ilga.org/ilga/en/article/n5GebHB1PY

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POSTED 13 Aug 2011
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World Refugee Day

“Australians should pause this World Refugee Day to reflect on the courage, resilience and contributions made to Australian society by more than 750,000 refugees who have found hope and a new home in Australia since the nation signed up to the United Nations Refugee Convention 60 years ago, the Australian Human Rights Commission said on 20 June 2011. For more: http://www.humanrights.gov.au/about/media/media_releases/2011/51_11.html

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POSTED 2 Jul 2011
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UN Family Meddling

The Guardian Newspaper (Ed Pilkington, 17 June 2011, Sex Selection and the rise of Generation XY), writes on a new book Unnatural Selection that looks at how a UN $50m grant to China in 1979 was used to pay for posters in Chinese villages proclaiming “You can abort it! But you cannot give birth to it.” UN interference “in the tyranny of China’s forced abortion policy is just one of the examples given in a book that explores western involvement in what has become a modern scourge: sex selection.”

Meanwhile C-Fam reports on a recent UN interagency statement on imbalanced sex ratios and calls for unrestricted access to abortion as a human right. The UN reports that Vietnam abortion is having a huge gender imbalance in places such as Vietnam where abortion group Marie Stopes is active.

In addition, CathNews reports on a European Centre for Law and Justice statement about concerns with gendercide.

For Guardian Newspaper article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/17/sex-selection-rise-generation-xy

For info on the book, by Mara Hvistendahl: http://www.amazon.com/Unnatural-Selection-Choosing-Girls-Consequences/dp/1586488503

For C-Fam report on the UN call for unrestricted abortion to remove discrimination against unborn girls see: http://www.c-fam.org/fridayfax/volume-14/un-agencies-push-for-abortion-rights-under-pretext-of-sex-selection.html

For UN statement “preventing gender-biased sex selection”: http://www.unfpa.org/public/cache/offonce/home/publications/pid/7885;jsessionid=A7476AF675E197522DDD56A1FD95FD15.jahia01

For European Centre for Law and Justice report on concerns with sex-selection abortion see: http://www.cathnews.com/article.aspx?aeid=27029

C-Fam reports that a major UN agency youth program envisions abortion and decriminalized “sex work” for young people ahead of the UN Youth Conference.

For report: http://www.c-fam.org/fridayfax/volume-14/un-agency-youth-program-calling-for-access-to-abortion.html

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POSTED 2 Jul 2011
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UN First

The Human Rights Council of the United Nations has passed the first-ever resolution on sexual orientation and gender identity. The resolution was presented by South Africa and Brazil. It was based by a vote of 23 in favour to 19 against and 3 abstaining. The resolution was co-sponsored by Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and 36 other countries. It is the first UN resolution to bring specific focus to “human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity”. For press release: http://www.ishr.ch/council/428-council-not-in-feed/1098-human-rights-council-adopts-landmark-resolution-on-lgbt-rights

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POSTED 2 Jul 2011
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UN Assertive

C-Fam reports that the UN Human Rights Office is becoming increasingly assertive in pushing homosexual behaviour among member states. It has released a video and brochure to promote its agenda: http://www.c-fam.org/publications/id.1859/pub_detail.asp

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POSTED 27 Jun 2011
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UN Abortion Push

The Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute reports that the United Nations has partners with Non Government Organisations to push abortion in Africa at a conference held in Ghana, Africa. For story: http://www.c-fam.org/publications/id.1741/pub_detail.asp

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POSTED 4 Dec 2010
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