“Thousands of women are being betrayed by the over promotion of abortion as the only possible response to pregnancy”, laments an Irish pro-life parliamentarian.
President Macron, who urged to make the changes “as soon as possible”, seeks to present France as a champion of women rights worldwide.
The city council in southern Spain launches a comprehensive municipal maternity and life support programme.
The new president attended an inter-religious event in which the Evangelical Alliance leader prayed for the nation. One of the 5 evangelical parliamentarians told the Argentinian Assembly: “God is the source of all reason and justice”.
Less than one in four abortions were reported as a matter of “serious risk to life or health of the pregnant woman or risk of severe foetal abnormalities”.
Thousands of people took the streets for the right to life. As in the years before, counter-protests tried to block the March For Life.
As in previous years, the ninth edition of the March for Life began with talks, testimonies, and music for all ages at the morning indoor pro-life festival.
The Costa Rican Evangelical Alliance Federation calls on the government to defend the right to life and the sovereignty of the state.
A medical team of 3 must agree upon the procedure, which may only occur in a licensed clinic.
Five speakers at the dialogue with civil society were able to present the views of Latin American evangelicals on education, respect of life and religious freedom.
A summary of the first day of the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family in Córdoba (Argentina).
If we want a cinema of values, that teaches the world what we believe and how we can respond to the situations we face, we need to support what is out there.
Utilitarian approaches often involve sacrificing some for the benefit of a majority. Singer’s proposals undermine the dignity and rights of some for the benefit of others.
As the debate around abortion and euthanasia resurfaces in Spain, over 500 groups and thousands of families marched to “protect the life of the most vulnerable”.
On the International Women’s Day, the Seneca Falls platform in Spain underlines that “the Bible condemns inequality, machismo and all kind of violence against women”.
Officials said that the charges “may well start again”. The defence claims that she is “in a significant legal unclarity and will seek clear verdict in court”.
The new text of the draft law changes the term “right” for “freedom to terminate the pregnancy”. To be finally adopted, the law must be voted in a referendum.
The Portuguese Evangelical Alliance laments that there was neither a broad “philosophical, social and religious” conversation nor enough guarantees of “palliative and social care”. The parliament passed a third version of the text in December.
“The right to kill cannot become a supra-legislative rule, a constitutional right”, said organisers of the march for life.
Official data show a slight upturn in abortions. 90% of them were “at the woman's request”.
As citizens of democratic nations with rich human rights traditions, it is our duty to cease being passive about misinformation and misleading terminology.
“There is a huge range of ways that Christians can make a difference”, says Mark Arnold, who works supporting ‘additional needs’ families in the UK.
Christian parliamentarians say existing laws already protect citizens from harassment. “It would be a threat to freedom of speech, assembly and religion”.
The 4th Spanish Bioethics Conference will give a Christian perspective on creation care, life and death, and AI. “Bioethics is not primarily a theoretical issue to be considered at a university classroom, but a practical reality in everyday life”.
The 12th March for Life in Switzerland had a festive mood, with live music, testimonies, and a call to implement a 24 hours period of reflection before performing an abortion.