UNITED NATIONS, Mar 9 (LSN) – Susan Roylance, founder of United Families International released a report today outlining a UN plan for the enforcement of what the UN considers “women’s rights” (which includes unfettered access to abortion). Her report centers around the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), an international treaty which, Roylance warns, may soon be up for ratification by the U.S. Senate. Roylance notes that the U.S. Delegation to the UN announced that “March 11th would be the kick-off date for an extensive campaign to educate U.S.  Senators to achieve their support for the ratification of CEDAW.”  Roylance warns that the UN is now working on the final wording of an “Optional Protocol” on CEDAW. According to her report, “this Optional Protocol would be another international treaty, which would establish a legal body within the UN to enforce the provisions of the CEDAW.”  Alarmingly, “this Committee would have the power of a court, to require nations to bring all of their laws in compliance with CEDAW, once the Optional Protocol is ratified. The greatest danger of the Optional Protocol is the power of this second international treaty to overturn national sovereignty in areas of family and social law.”  Thus, “in addition to establishing a mechanism for complaint and enforcement against a nation who has violated the established ‘rights’ of women, the Optional Protocol would give the new legal committee the power to enforce ‘obligations’ of a nation. As defined by the CEDAW Committee, this would include the obligations of ‘any person, organization or enterprise’ within the nation which has signed CEDAW.” Please note that CEDAW wants to enforce compliance to its dictates even on individuals.