Informujemy, że Państwa dane osobowe są przetwarzane przez Fundację Instytut na Rzecz Kultury Prawnej Ordo Iuris z siedzibą w Warszawie przy ul. Górnośląskiej 20/6, kod pocztowy 00-484 (administrator danych) w celu informowania o realizacji działań statutowych, w tym do informowania o organizowanych akcjach społecznych. Podanie danych jest dobrowolne. Informujemy, że przysługuje Państwu prawo dostępu do treści swoich danych i możliwości ich poprawiania.
Skip to main content
PL | EN
Facebook Twitter Youtube

The European Parliament adopted a resolution on Gendercide. Important amendments rejected.

Published: 04.10.2013

The report condemns abortion when it is based on pre-natal sex selection and recalls that the genocide based on sex is a crime and a violation of human rights. The European Parliament also calls on governments to take action for a fundamental change in public opinion in order to stop abusive behavior and violence against women.

88 MEPs reported amendments to the resolution to emphasize human dignity. Ordo Iuris, in correspondence with members of the Parliament, argued in support of the amendments at the stage of reporting and before the voting on the plenary session.

The only amendment to the resolution, which was accepted by the majority of MEPs, is the “budget amendment” (§ 41). The European Parliament asserts that, when implementing the specific clauses on the prohibition on coercion or compulsion in sexual and reproductive health matters agreed on at the Cairo International Conference on Population and Development, as well as the legally binding international human rights instruments, the acquis communautaire and the Union’s policy competencies in those matters, Union assistance should not be provided to any authority, organisation or programme which promotes, supports or participates in the management of any action which involves such human rights abuses as coercive abortion, forced sterilisation of women or men, or determination of foetal sex resulting in prenatal sex selection or infanticide.

Ordo Iuris demands reaction from UN High Commissioner in the case of Alfie Evans

Taking advantage of the special consulting status bestowed by The UN Economic and Social Council, Ordo Iuris calls for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein to take a stand against a series of human and children’s rights violations which took place in the case of Alfie Evans.

Read more

Norway to infringe the provisions of the Hague Convention

Norwegian authorities and the Norwegian Child Welfare Services (Barnevernet) have again embarked on the proceedings to decide by default upon depriving the mother of legal guardianship of her 10-month old daughter.  The mother is Silje Garmo who, with the assistance of Ordo Iuris, has filed an asylum claim in Poland. As Ordo Iuris jurists highlight such measures are incompatible with the provisions of the Hague Convention.
Read more

Ordo Iuris has been granted consultative status with the UN

The UN Economic and Social Council has granted special consultative status to Ordo Iuris. It allows the Institute to undertake a series of activities at the UN forum, including consultation, direct involvement in the work of the Council, and also verification of its activities and implemented solutions.
Read more

The “Estrela Report” adopted once again by the FEMM Committee

The vote was 19 in favour, 14 against. The text was slightly modified prior to the vote but still remains critical with regard to the role of parents as the first and primary educators of their children as the report promotes sexual education inspired by a radical agenda including “early childhood masturbation”.
Read more