WRWF Files Complaint at U.N. Againt China’s Forced Abortion
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers has filed a Complaint with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) against the Chinese Government for the coercive enforcement of China’s One Child Policy. (See attached, as well as the electronic link … Continue reading
Fines for too many children drive farmer to suicide
By Bob Unruh (WND.com) – Enough. Is. Enough. That’s the message from Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president of Womens Rights Without Frontiers, she is urging the United Nations to deliver to China for its abuse of women and children. She wants the … Continue reading
WRWF Releases 2014 Complaint to the United Nations against China for Forced Abortion and other Human Rights Atrocities Associated with the One Child Policy
August 1, 2014 VIA EMAIL AND U.S. MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) CSW Communications Procedure Human Rights Section UN Women 220 East 42nd Street, 17th Floor New York, NY 10017 Re: Complaint Concerning Coercive … Continue reading
This August, China celebrates the Qixi Festival, China’s Valentine’s Day – an important day for young Chinese girls. Will you “Save a Girl” – a girl like Li Ming — for China’s Valentine’s Day?
Look at beautiful baby Li Ming! (Her name has been changed to protect her identity.) Isn’t she as cute as a button? Her grandmother doesn’t think so, and she did everything she could to force her mother to abort her. … Continue reading
What is happening to women and girls in China?
China’s population control program, called the “One Child Policy,” is enforced through coercive measures including forced abortion and forced sterilization.
Since the majority of those aborted are female, the One Child Policy has created gender imbalance that is a powerful, driving force behind sexual slavery in Asia.
Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Activists Agree: Forced Abortion Is Not a Choice.
On April 22, 2009, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemned forced abortion and forced sterilization in China. During a Congressional Hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, she stated that these practices are "absolutely unacceptable" and "an egregious interference with women's rights."
Women should not be treated this way. This is not a political issue. Women’s rights are human rights.
Learn more about this issue. In addition to sexual slavery, China’s One Child Policy also gives rise to a host of other human rights abuses, such as “gendercide,” female suicide, stolen, “illegal” and “forsaken” children, rioting and violence, ruined health because of botched forced abortions and involuntary sterilizations, an aging population, and oppression of the Tibetan and Uyghur peoples.