At the time when innocent people are being killed every day in Ukraine and millions are struggling to access to basic life needs, the leftist lobby is trying to increase the death toll and insists on introducing abortion on demand and on expanding the access to abortion pills.
A group of left-wing organizations prepared an appeal to the international community to introduce a legal order in Central European countries, including Poland, that is contrary to human rights. Such organizations as Amnesty International, All-Poland Women’s Strike or International Planned Parenthood Federation are among the signatories.
Also the Great Coalition for Equality and Choice (WKRW) bringing together 118 Polish social organizations, including the Federation for Women and Family Planning, Ponton Group, Women’s Rights Centre, Feminoteka or the Childbirth with Dignity Foundation appeals to the Minister of Health- Adam Niedzielski and the President of National Health Fund -Filip Nowak to support Polish gynecologists in terminating pregnancies for Ukrainian women.
We therefore urge the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and the Minister Adam Niedzielski to fully reject and publicly condemn the demands of the left-wing organizations which offer the women fleeing Ukraine from death threats to their children to take part in killing unborn Ukrainians, and which demand from the Polish government to abolish the current legal order to make that possible.
· The UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women has issued a statement that the right to abortion is a human right and derives from international law.
· Accordingly, this body recommends that all states parties decriminalise and legalise abortion and provide 'gender' sensitive education on 'sexual and reproductive health' and rights in this area.
· The Peruvian Congress has passed a law recognising certain rights of unborn children.
· According to the act, the conceived child is "a subject of rights with the full status of a human person". Among other things, it has the right to "develop freely in the womb".
· Until now, the rights of unborn children were not mentioned in a separate act, but in the Peruvian Constitution and civil legislation.
· A few days ago, numerous news outlets revisited the case of a seriously ill eight-month-old girl, Indi Gregory - a British citizen - against whom the Supreme Court of that country recently ruled to disconnect her life support equipment.
· The parents have not given up their fight for the child's life, and last week it was reported that the girl had been granted Italian citizenship and the prospect of continuing treatment offered by the Vatican's Bambino Gesù hospital.
- The partnership agreement between the EU and the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) is due to be signed on 15 November.
- The adoption of the agreement could result in, among other things, the pushing of the concept of so-called reproductive and sexual rights or gender theory.