Amnesty International considers supporting decriminalising prostitution
27 January 2014
Amnesty has moved to campaigning for legal abortion in recent years
Amnesty International, the human rights organisation, is considering supporting the decriminalisation of prostitution.
The proposal is to be put before Amnesty members and voted on at its annual general meeting in April. [Mail, 24 January]
In recent years, Amnesty has moved to campaigning for legal abortion and for homosexual rights.
- Thousands of young people flock to pro-life youth rally before March for Life [LifeSiteNews.com, 23 January]
- Mississippi governor says: "My goal is to end abortion in Mississippi" [CBS, 23 January]
- The racist roots of Roe v Wade [LifeSiteNews.com, 22 January]
- Older cancer patients being written off, stats suggest [BBC, 24 January]
- Quebec's Catholic bishops issue statement against euthanasia [CNW, 23 January]
- France's Catholic bishops also issue statement against euthanasia [Catholic Culture, 20 January]
- 73% of health trusts won't fund full IVF [Mail, 23 January]
- Is China really easing its one-child policy? [Interim, 22 January]
- God became an unborn child, priest tells youth at pro-life Mass [Aleteia, 23 January]
- The tragic death of Tom O'Gorman [Pat Buckley, 22 January]