March For life Bratislava , Slovakia, September 22nd 2019

More information Tento týždeň sme spustili sprievodnú komunikačnú kampaň k Národnému pochodu za život so sloganom „Láskou proti diskriminácii najmenších“. Slogan dopĺňa vizuál dieťaťa vo vnútromaternicovom vývine so zdvihnutou rukou a gestom víťazstva. Kampaňou chceme zdôrazniť, že nenarodené deti sú ľudia, rovnako ako my. Preto im chceme dopriať rovnaké právo aké máme my – právo…

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March For Life Berlin , Germany 21 September

We often hear that abortion must be a free choice of women, and that those who oppose abortion restrict women’s freedom. But what is the choice? A truly free choice is a choice whose consequences are monitored for the rest of your life. An incorrect career choice makes you unhappy, but it can be changed.…

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The men who feel left out of US abortion debate

Complete Text The fiercely-contested debate over US abortion focuses on the rights of the mother and foetus. But a lawsuit in Alabama by a man who says his girlfriend had an abortion against his wishes adds a third voice to the conversation, writes James Jeffrey.

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EPC International Euthanasia Symposium – Sept 20 in Rome

Alex Schadenberg Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. On Friday September 20, 2019 there is a one-day Euthanasia Symposium in Rome sponsored by the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. The Symposium features recognized leaders and amazing speakers in an incredible location. The Symposium will be followed by a leaders meeting on September 21. The euthanasia Symposium is organized…

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What do the following countries have in common?

Source. What do the following countries have in common (USA, Norway, South Korea, South Africa, New Zealand, Colombia, Finland, Iran, Egypt, Costa Rica, Ireland, Puerto Rico, Turkey, Ukraine, Panama, Iceland and Moldova? Answer:  in all of them, total fertility rate (children per woman) in 2018 was the smallest ever. What do the former countries have in common…

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The Bioethics Observatory classifies the death of Vincent Lambert as an objectively euthanasic act

Complete text. The death of any human being is always dignified, because dignity is intrinsic to human nature. The Bioethics Observatory https://www.observatoriobioetica.org/ at the Catholic University of Valencia considers that “the death of Vincent Lambert following the withdrawal of hydration and nutrition is an objectively euthanasic act since, although he suffered severe brain damage, he…

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