The UN Family Rights Caucus is a coalition of individuals, policymakers, and organizations founded and chaired by FWI and representing every region of the world. The website provides information on how organizations can become accredited to the UN, lists UN family policy victories and the Caucus’s pro-family UN initiatives and events. It includes a library of Family Policy Briefs and other helpful policy resources, and an application for individuals and organizations to join the Caucus.
The Empowered Youth Coalition (EYC) is a coalition of like-minded individuals and organizations that stand for life and family. The coalition is focused on youth and young adults ages 15 – 35, but anyone can join. Organizations can be youth led/youth focused or mentoring organizations. The coalition seeks to 1) Unite and equip youth worldwide with the tools to effectively promote, protect, and defend life and family; 2) Restore dignity, responsibility, and commitment to the family unit as a whole; and 3) Uncover and counteract deceptive messaging relayed through media, popular culture, politics, and biased research, and promote truths that strengthen the well-being of children and families.
The Protect Child Health Coalition (PCHC) is a network of concerned citizens, parents, professionals, leaders, and organizations representing the fields of law, academia, mental and physical health, politics, religion, government and more who believe that all children should be protected from harmful materials, especially pornographic, obscene, or erotic materials. The PCHC is a nonpartisan coalition that welcomes people of all faiths (and of no faith) who have an interest in protecting the health and innocence of children. The coalition opposes all efforts to advance autonomous sexual rights for children and believes that children have a right to a childhood, free from political, sexual, or other adult agendas.
The Protect Religious Freedoms Coalition was formed in response to a recent report of the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, Ahmed Shaheed, titled “Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development.” This report calls upon governments to legalize abortion, eliminate conscience clauses for medical professionals, mandate controversial comprehensive sexuality education beginning at age 10, and legalize controversial LGBT rights, ironically, all under the banner of promoting religious freedom.