“Not a single person in the presidential primaries for the Republican position of president is willing to even get behind contraception, much less get behind the notion of any discussion of population,” Kavita Ramdas said.
Leading Irish pro-life organizations have sharply criticized the Minister for Justice Alan Shatter following his appearance at a United Nations hearing in Geneva yesterday where Ireland's abortion laws came under attack.
By Cristina Gutierrez NEW YORK, August 5, 2011 (C-FAM) Western governments are pressuring Latin American countries to liberalize their abortion laws, by using a new UN human rights process called the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). El Salvador, Costa Rica, Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, Belize, and Argentina are among the top countries recently pressured via the UPR process, as European countries recommend that these nations amend their laws concerning the “rights” to abortion and contraception. The UPR involves an interactive dialogue among the delegations of different States concerning the human rights situations in a particular country, sometimes leading to delegations directly suggesting […]