China’s National Bureau of Statistics said earlier this month that the country recorded 12 million births in 2020, the lowest number reported since the 1960s.
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Indian Church Leaders Applaud National Government’s Confirmation of a ‘Coercion-Free’ Population Policy
The nation’s Catholic bishops pointed out there is no demographic justification to advocate for such a policy, given that India’s population is stabilizing without it. But pro-life efforts continue in the wake of anti-life efforts.
The disgraced former Peruvian dictator’s corruption and other human-rights abuses are well-known, but little attention is paid to how his regime abused indigenous women — with U.S. and U.N. assistance.
Pro-life leaders praise the move, saying that the phrase had become a thinly veiled reference to abortion.
COMMENTARY: The chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Science’s astonishing comments could be dismissed if they were not so damaging.
Some observers argue that the Pontifical Academy of Sciences’ invitation to Paul Ehrlich and other prominent population-control activists reflects a lack of fidelity to Church teachings.
Human-rights activist Reggie Littlejohn discusses the latest developments in the country’s assault on its own children.
The Holy Father encouraged members of Italy’s pro-life movement to ‘continue your important work in favor of life from conception until its natural end.’
“Women will still be forcibly aborted under a universal two-child policy,” activist said, calling for continued pressure on China until it completely “abandons all coercive population control.”
More than 1,000 people took part in the Aug. 8 march in Ghana’s capital of Accra.