At the international UN summit in Nairobi, an attempt will be made to recognise abortion as a human right and to impose forced and vulgar sexual education on the countries.
A radical change in the interpretation of gender may take place during the UN General Assembly. The International Law Commission preparing the text of the new legally binding treaty has suggested to change the existing definition of gender.
The World Health Organisation has been striving to pass an international abortion right and undermine the primary role of parents in the upbringing and education of children for years.
Last month the United Nations Committee against Torture held a periodic review of implementation of the Convention against Torture by Poland.
August 22 is celebrated as the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.
The United Nations has conducted a periodic observance of Poland's implementation of the UN Convention against Torture. The issues examined by the Committee Against Torture, however, have gone beyond the body's task scope.