The promotion of sex-selection abortion as a population control strategy, crafted in the United States by Planned Parenthood, the Population Council and others and then exported worldwide, has resulted millions of missing girls in India, China and elsewhere, a congressional human rights panel was told at a Sept. 10 hearing.
The European Citizen’s Initiative “One of us” has already collected over one million signatures all over Europe. With this achievement “One of us” becomes the second European Citizens’ Initiative to reach the requirements established by the Commission. ECI rules petitions require a minimum number of signatures in at least 7 member states. As of…
Precious Life have welcomed the news from the European “ONE OF US” initiative that over 1 million signature petitions have been collected in support of protecting human life from conception.
The scientific advances come at a dizzying pace—stem cells, cloning, lab-grown organs, 3-parent embryos. Many of these experiments pose significant ethical challenges.
India is one of the worst nations in the word for sex-selection abortions, infanticide and gendercide — the specific targeting of girl babies and unborn children specifically because they are females.
New York, NY (CFAM) — With its announcement of possible reforms, China has implicitly admitted its forty year-old one child per-family policy has been a failure.
Fifteen provinces in China collected a total of $2 billion (12.8 billion Chinese yuan) in fines last year for violations of the One-Child Policy, according to a study by 21st Century Business Herald, asreported by state-controlled outlet China Daily.
A study on “Abortion and the European Convention on Human Rights” concludes that “abortion on demand” violates the Convention
Grégor Puppinck, PhD, Director of the ECLJ and responsible of the European citizens’ initiative One of Us published a 50 page study on “Abortion and the European Convention on Human Rights”, in the Irish Journal of Legal Studies.
Next 22nd September will be the European Day in support of the initiative «One of us»
A study published last week has shown that adult stem cells derived from ethical sources can be used to create living tissues that imitate the developing human brain.