Last updated on November 30th, 2021 at 09:20 am
- United Kingdom. Heidi Crowter, who sued the government because of the abortion law that allows babies with the Down syndrome diagnosis to be killed in abortion all the way until birth, will try to appeal against the High Court’s rejection of her case.
- United Kingdom. The parliamentary debate on the legalization of euthanasia has resumed and the new campaign of information and support for palliative care has begun.
- United Kingdom. The University of Nottingham, after rejecting the appointment of a Catholic chaplain because he supports the intangible value of life from conception, has now decided to appoint Fr David Palmer after all.
- United States of America. A bipartisan group of pro-life congressmen is denouncing the pro-abortion regulations in the text of HR 3755 passed by the federal Congress, which–under the misleading heading of “women’s health”–also erase several forms of protection for premature babies able to survive outside the mother’s womb.
- United States of America. The international organization 40 Days for Life launched its fall campaign, with activists in over a thousand cities in the United States alone promoting 24-hour vigils in front of abortion clinics.
- Hungary. At the International Summit on Family Policy and Demography, several European countries pledged commitment to supporting the natural family as a fundamental social and economic unit. A joint declaration was signed by heads of states and governments.
- Kenya. The authorities have banned the screening of I Am Samuel–a film with contents that favor the LGBT+ ideology–because it contradicts the Constitution of Kenya which promotes the natural family.
- France. Fifty professionals and researchers in the field of childhood (doctors, psychiatrists, psychoanalysts, lawyers, judges, teachers, philosophers, sociologists) have signed an open letter against propaganda favoring “gender self-determination” by children.
- Spain. The 2020 Report of the Religious Freedom Observatory documents an increase in religious freedom violations of 37 percentage points compared to 2019, when there were 175 cases.
- Brazil. President Jair Messias Bolsonaro defends the country’s Christian identity at the UN General Assembly.