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Abortion rates for prenatal diagnoses of Down syndrome, the most common chromosomal abnormality, are high: nearly 100 per cent in Iceland, 98 per cent in Denmark, and 90 per cent in the United Kingdom.
Europe needs to ensure a true diversity of opinions within the European Parliament.
The removal of children from their families should never be among the first options to consider.
The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe has collected over 2200 cases since 2006.
There is something deeply wrong with a society that rejoices so glibly over the killing of the unborn.
All the speakers of the event organised in the European Parliament emphasised the importance of implementing family-friendly policies.
The European Commission launched the Online Citizens’ Consultation on May 9th. It is “addressed to all Europeans, asking them what direction they want the European Union to take in the future”.
Google announced on May 9th that it would ban all advertising related to the Irish abortion referendum from its platforms.
‘40 Days for Life’ is a campaign that “takes a determined, peaceful approach to showing local communities the consequences of abortion in their own neighborhoods, for their own friends and families”.
MEPs signed a letter asking Romanian politicians to “support the organization of the referendum without delay.”
Three million citizens want to have a referendum on amending the country’s Constitution, so that it recognizes marriage solely as the lifelong union between one man and one woman.
The European Parliament adopted a resolution condemning “the practice of surrogacy, which undermines the human dignity of the woman since her body and its reproductive functions are used as a commodity”.
Child euthanasia, a reality in Belgium.
The gathering focused on effective campaigning – from a political, civil society, and media point of view.
The push for a ‘right to abortion’ by the UN Human Rights Committee, under the guise of re-interpreting the ‘right to life’, is not just outlandish. It is also in strong contradiction to international law.
Preventing and treating human disease is a praiseworthy goal. But it must not be allowed to become a reason to turn human beings into designer products.
Censorship, curbs on self-expression and communications that might be considered offensive, heavy fines for expressing views that could be interpreted as degrading, and having to prove one’s innocence if accused of discrimination.