LIFESITE, October 30, 2002 ( – As Halloween approaches, promising a mob of giggling goblins bearing orange-and-black UNICEF boxes, the debate over supporting the UN Children’s Fund is again heating up. Even before feminist Carol Bellamy’s 1994 appointment as director of UNICEF, the aid organization began straying from its original mandate: to help children in underdeveloped countries survive to adulthood. Bellamy is a former Bella Abzug associate and New York state senator, known for her opposition to a 1970s Born Alive bill to protect aborted fetuses that survived the procedure. Over the past 15 years, particularly under Bellamy’s leadership, UNICEF has increasingly pushed controversial sex education among children, population control and abortion programs that risk alienating beneficiaries in developing Christian, Muslim and traditional societies. See the remainder of this important Special Report by Joe Woodard of the Calgary Herald at: