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Abortion survivor shares her story in NZ

Claire Culwell has been in NZ for the past few days travelling the country and sharing her story. Check out her website and video and read a little bit about her here! I found out I was affected by abortion about 3 years ago. This changed my life. I had walked into the Coalition For […]
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Right to Life Challenges First Move Towards Doubling Number of Abortion Facilities In NZ

New Zealand legally-focussed pro-life organisation Right to Life is seeking a Declaratory Judgement on the lawfulness of an abortion licence, first issued in 2013, by the Abortion Supervisory Committee to the New Zealand Family Planning Association (FPA – who also like to brand themselves as Family Planning). The licence was issued for its Tauranga clinic. […]
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What’s happening to NZ’s population?

New Zealand is experiencing a demographic decline, which is a real problem confronting governments in Asia, Russia and Europe; an aging population and too few babies born to support them in the future. What is never mentioned is the role abortion plays in the imbalance. Take New Zealand for example. We have an aging population […]
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Facts about Down Syndrome

Here is a article from the NZ Herald on March 21st last year with some facts on Down Syndrome, and a video of Down Syndrome people speaking for themselves about the matter …   It is World Down Syndrome Day today, a global awareness day for people who have Down syndrome, their families, peers and […]
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Why I Lost Faith in the Pro-Choice Movement

A truly excellent article I rediscovered – ’tis an old one but I can’t see that we’ve posted it anywhere here on prolife.org – a mistake that needed rectifying! Speaking of which, if you have read it before you definitely should go over it again. If you haven’t read it before then don’t let my […]
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Maternal health is better where abortion is restricted

Laws protecting the unborn, and therefore less permissive in regard to abortion, are controversial because they allegedly lead to hidden, illegal abortions and an increase maternal deaths. However, a new study conducted in 32 Mexican states and published in the open access version of the British Medical Journal (BMJ Open) challenges this notion. It found […]
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