LGBT rights and human rights in Africa

Jul 9, 2015 by

Nigeria Rebukes UN High Commissioner For Pushing LGBT as Human Rights By Wendy Wright, C-Fam: Nigeria publicly chastised the UN human rights office for trampling on universally-agreed rights as it seeks to impose same sex marriage and outlaw commonly-held views on homosexuality. The sharp rebuke accused the UN officials of infringing on the right to democracy, religious freedom, and cultural standards that strengthen families. The statement, delivered last week in Geneva, came in response to a...

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The Human Rights Act can never protect our human rights

Jul 9, 2015 by

by Prudence Dailey, The Conservative Woman: Predictably, the Government’s proposals to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with a ‘British Bill of Rights’ have met with an ongoing storm of protest. Oddly, however, there has been little questioning as to whether it is legitimate in principle for the courts—made up of unelected people who will inevitably have their own personal beliefs—to have power to strike down legislation on the basis of what are essentially philosophical principles....

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Global good news – please sign!

Jul 8, 2015 by

Please note that the UK voted AGAINST this resolution. Please sign the letters and forward if you can. Help support pro-family organisations at the UN: Recently the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) passed one of the strongest pro-family resolutions ever adopted by any UN body! This major victory was the result of the hard work and determination of a small coalition of pro-family UN delegates who pushed this family resolution through in the face of great opposition. More details about the family...

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On Justice Kennedy’s Tenuous Grasp of Human Dignity

Jul 2, 2015 by

By Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine: “At the heart of liberty,” wrote Justice Anthony Kennedy, poetaster supreme, versifying for the majority in Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992), is “the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life.” That included the mysterious business of taking other lives, inconvenient lives brought into being by actions obviously designed to do just that. Most lately, inObergefell v. Hodges, Kennedy has...

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UK Equality report: Police should spend more time in gay bars, says sample size of 50 LGBT people

Jun 30, 2015 by

From Breitbart: A new report by Britain’s taxpayer-funded Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has recommended that UK police should be spending more time “socialising in known LGB&T venues and community ‘hubs’” in order to make Britain’s gay community feel safer. The report, entitled “LGB&T Hate Crime Reporting: Identifying Barriers and Solutions” was produced with a sample size of just 50 people, by the University of Leicester’s ‘Centre for Hate Studies’, which looks...

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Jamaica: call to reject “false anthropology” and promote “the natural family”.

Jun 25, 2015 by

From CitizenGo petition, “Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society”. CARICOM Civil Society Declaration of June 2015. We, the undersigned members of civil society from around the world, come alongside members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to affix our names to the following declaration:…   [We]… DO HEREBY call on the Heads of State and Government and all political leadership of the CARICOM, to uphold the following principles in their national, regional and international deliberations and...

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