Soros Funds International Abortion Conference in South Africa
The third Abortion & Reproductive Justice: The Unfinished Revolution conference took place in South Africa through funding from George Soros’ Open Society to pursue the overturning of laws against abortion around the world claiming that abortion is “reproductive justice” and the quest to obtain universal access to abortion equals a “revolution”. ...MORE

UN Working Group’s Attack on Pro-Life Values
The Working Group on Discrimination against Women in Law and in Practice, established by the Human Rights Council in 2011, issued its latest report and attacks what it labels an “alliance of conservative political ideologies and religious fundamentalisms,” that it charges is responsible for “unprecedented pushback” and “retrogressions” in the area of women’s rights “often in the name of culture, religion and traditions, and threaten the hard-fought progress in achieving women’s equality.” ...MORE

Deputies in Argentina Vote to Legalize Abortion with UN Support
The Chamber of Deputies was the scene of a 23 hour debate on abortion which resulted in a close 129-125 vote to legalize abortion on demand for the first 14 weeks of pregnancy; abortion is currently allowed in case of rape or when the life or health of the woman is at risk. ...MORE

Ireland: First Country to Vote for Legalized Abortion on Demand
Voters in Ireland approved a referendum to remove constitutional protection for unborn children by a vote of 66.4 percent in favor and 33.6 percent opposed. ...MORE

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