A powerful abortion lobby funded by George Soros, Planned Parenthood, UN agencies and more have launched an all-out assault on the pro-life, pro-family Geneva Consensus Declaration (GCD).
These well-funded groups are pressuring African countries and telling them they must withdraw.
Will you please take just a few minutes to help us stop them?
Please sign our letter thanking the 32 countries for signing the GCD and urging them to stand firm. We need to thank each of these countries for doing the right and the brave thing—for standing for life and family, even in the face of extreme opposition.
We invite you to also sign our second letter urging the 161 countries that have not signed the Geneva Consensus Declaration to sign it now.
On October 22, 2020 a total of 32 UN Member States signed on to the Geneva Consensus Declaration on Promoting Women’s Health and Strengthening the Family.
Upon signing this Declaration, these nations committed their governments to protect life, family, and national sovereignty in domestic and international policies.
We believe it is critical to not just object when governments do the wrong thing but also to thank governments when they do the right thing, especially when it is hard.
In Kenya, a coordinated attack on the Geneva Consensus Declaration is coming from the Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN), a network funded in part by Planned Parenthood and George Soros’ Open Society UNDP, the Global Fund and more. KELIN and their partners took out a full two-page add in the Daily Nation with a petition pressuring the Kenyan government to withdraw from the Declaration.
In Uganda an article written by Joy Asasira, Program Manager for the Center for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) a radical foreign-funded pro-abortion organization based in Uganda calls upon the Ugandan government to withdraw from the GCD.
KELIN and CEHURD are like-minded partner organizations working with many foreign funded puppet organizations to push abortion on Kenya and Uganda.
For this reason we urge you to sign a thank you letter that we will send to each of these 32 countries for doing the right and the brave thing—for standing for life and family, even in the face of extreme opposition.
We also urge you to sign the second letter urging the remaining UN Member States (161 countries) to also sign the Geneva Consensus Declaration.
Please take the time to sign both of these letters by filling out the fields on this page and clicking the “Submit” button.
Dear Ambassador _____________,
We are profoundly grateful to your government for standing for life, family, motherhood and respect for national sovereignty by signing the Geneva Consensus Declaration on Promoting Women’s Health and Strengthening the Family.
We are concerned that efforts are being made to pressure your government by organizations that benefit financially from pro-abortion and anti-family policies.
We urge you to not only stand firm and strong in your commitments made in the Geneva Declaration to protect life and family, but to also encourage other nations to stand together in these commitments.
Indeed, nations are only as strong as their families. No less than five binding UN treaties as well as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognize that “the family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society” which is “entitled to protection by society and State.” States have also agreed in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child that the child merits legal protection “before as well as after birth.
Thank you again for your leadership and recognition of these two great principles.
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Dear Ambassador _____________,
We, as concerned citizens, representing over 100 countries, respectfully call your attention to the Geneva Consensus Declaration on Promoting Women’s Health and Strengthening the Family, posted and open for State party signatures at hhs.gov.
This historic Declaration already signed by 32 countries reaffirms vital provisions from a number of major UN consensus documents agreed to by UN Member States, including existing commitments to respect the family, motherhood, life and national sovereignty.
This joint multilateral reaffirmation of these commitments is needed (i) to ward off intense pressure currently being put on Member States to allow abortion on demand at all stages of pregnancy and (ii) to advance controversial sexual rights that run counter to the culture and religions of many of the world’s peoples.
Please understand that while this Declaration reaffirms that there is no international right to abortion, this does not preclude any country from establishing their own laws or regulations regarding abortion. It simply reiterates that in accordance with the International Covenant on Population and Development (ICPD) that abortion laws can only be determined at the national level according to national legislative processes.
For the aforementioned reasons, we urge your government to become a party to this historic Declaration as nations are only as strong as their families and their respect for life.
Five binding UN treaties as well as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognize that “the family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society” which is “entitled to protection by society and State.” States have also agreed in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child that the child merits legal protection “before as well as after birth.”
We all have a stake in this as the more countries that recommit to these critical provisions, the easier it will be for UN Member States to hold the line against great pressure being put to bear that undermines our children and families.
Again, we urge you to please stand for life, family, motherhood and respect for national sovereignty by signing the Geneva Declaration.
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