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The European Parliament is discussing the extermination of women called gendericide

Published: 23.06.2015

Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality of the European Parliament (FEMM) shows that the world's population is "missing" almost 200 million women.

The FEMM Commission acknowledges that among main reasons of this highly dangerous phenomena is a widespread practice of selective abortion. Nevertheless, the FEMM Ctee is not willing to discuss the issue of abortion in general in this context.

Ordo Iuris  already pointed to the fact in its comments to the draft report on WHO Health in the Post-2015 Development Agenda. OI emphasised that the spread of abortion creates favorable conditions for the development of the most brutal forms of discrimination against women in the world.

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.
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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”.
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The resolution violates the basic principle of subsidiarity

On 13 April, 2016 the European Parliament, in a plenary meeting, adopted a resolution on the situation in Poland (2015/3031(RSP)).
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The European Citizens’ Initiative ONE OF US challenges the European institutions before the General Court of the European Union

On July 25th 2014, the European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) ONE OF US lodged an application before the General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg) against the European Commission, the Council of the EU, and the European Parliament...
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