Ireland denounces manipulation and sectarianism in the Report on the application of the abortion law published by the Government

Prolife Campaign in Ireland has pointed out that the concerns they raised by denouncing that the research commissioned by the government to review Ireland’s three-year abortion law enforcement has been selective and incomplete, are now clearer and can be seen by all in the Today’s HSE report. Commenting on the “Unplanned Pregnancy and Abortion Care” (UnPAC) investigation released…

Abortion, the unjust tool that does not allow Down syndrome, the disabled… and women to be born

The interview that La Contra section of La Vanguardia has conducted with the Indian researcher Seema Jayachandran who, wanting to reinforce the story of feminism, falls into a contradiction that confirms the injustice that abortion entails. Jayachandran is questioned about why the new generations of Indians lack women throughout the interview. The researcher explains that abortion has…

72% of American citizens think that abortion should not be legal after week 15 according to a Harvard poll

An overwhelming majority of Americans believe abortion should not be legal after 15 weeks, according to a poll conducted after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. A new Harvard-CAPS poll found that 72 percent of Americans think abortion should be allowed only until the 15th week of pregnancy. Moreover, the 15-week threshold has bipartisan support…

Interuniversity Congress: “AUTONOMY AND FREEDOM” JULY 14 UCV

The Bioethics Observatory of the Catholic University of Valencia has organized, on July 14, 2022, within the framework of the Summer Courses, the Interuniversity Congress “Autonomy and freedom: Bioethical limits” that aims to carry out a bioethical analysis of conflicts derived from the application of the principle of patient autonomy in today’s society. Ethical conflicts…

The Netherlands opens the door to euthanasia for children under 12

The DutchNews.nl reported  that Dutch Health Minister Ernst Kuipers announced the intention to extend euthanasia to children, but without changing the law. Kuipers intends to extend the Groningen Protocol, which currently applies to babies, to include children under the age of 12. An article by Peter McLaren Kennedy for EuroWeekly stated:   The proposed protocol contains seven criteria for…