Tag: Europe

Demographic Summit: is having children after all a question of values?

The goal of the conference was to offer family-friendly solutions to demographic problems

Gender transition poses ‘serious and irreversible damage’ to kids

Prominent UK psychiatrist: Debate is “shut down” about practices like that

Budapest Forum for Christian journalists and communicators from 4-6 September

The conference is around topics like “Christian journalism”, “Christianity in the 21st century” and “Christianity and family”.

Christian values is the future, not the past

The conference is for everyone who is interested in what responses Christian democracy is providing to current challenges.

The European Union and religious liberty: progress, indifference or decline?

Religious freedom inside and outside of Europe at times seems to be worsening, not improving.

Breaking: English court's decision on forced abortion overturned

The “Stand With Her” demonstration succeeded in defence of the Nigerian disabled woman, and her baby

Hungary: next year’s budget is budget of families

Minister of Prime Minister's Office Gergely Gulyás stressed that in 2020 grants to be provided for families will increase most

UK court orders forced abortion for mentally disabled woman

It was despite the objections of the woman’s mother and the woman herself. The woman is 22 weeks pregnant.

Remembering L'Arche founder Jean Vanier who dies at 90

He was founder of a community all over the world with about 150 centres which supports people with disabilities.

Easy Meat: Inside Britain's Grooming Gang Scandal

McLoughlin's book exposes how political correctness was used to silence victims