United Nations

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Voted down

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Senate falls short in the ratification of a controversial UN disabilities treaty

One step away

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Senate Republicans allow disabilities treaty to come to a floor vote as conservative groups work against its ratification

Coming to a head

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Conservative groups rise to oppose a controversial international disabilities treaty that could become the ‘supreme law of the land’

Disabilities group opposes UN treaty

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Joni and Friends has concerns about the treaty’s effect on parental rights, the rights of the unborn with disabilities, and U.S. sovereignty

Redefining rights

By Emily Belz
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United Nations | New UN Population Fund report declares contraceptives a ‘human right’

The maternal death rate myth

The maternal death rate myth

By Alisa Harris
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United Nations | UN population conferees use older, higher death numbers to prop their case for abortion and family planning in undeveloped countries despite a 'robust reason…

Down-shifting GEAR

Down-shifting GEAR

By Alisa Harris
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United Nations | Pro-life activists gather to fight a proposed international, billion-dollar, pro-abortion agency

Free to disagree

Free to disagree

By Emily Belz
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United Nations | Religious liberty advocates make progress against a 'defamation of religions' resolution

Fighting words

Fighting words

By Alisa Harris
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United Nations | Despite shrinking population in the developed world, a UN battle over population control goes on

Rights of the child

Rights of the child

By Alisa Harris
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United Nations | Controversial international treaty could win U.S. ratification

Global mischief

Global mischief

By Alisa Harris
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United Nations | Proposals gaining steam at the UN concern freedom and life advocates

Stealth treaty

Stealth treaty

By Alisa Harris
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United Nations | An international treaty used to change abortion laws around the world could soon find its way into more U.S. adjudications

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