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1. Pro-life and profamily submission to Kenya's universal periodic review

Kenya will be reviewed under the 3rd Cycle of the Universal Periodic Review. The prolife and pro-family organizations made submissions on the human rights situation with regard to protection of life and family. We share with you here the said submissions.

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2. The pro-life and family friendly side event

Thank you for registering for the Pro-Life and Family Friendly side events to the Nairobi Summit ICPD+25 via www.vitaetfamilia.org. This is the first of the several communications you will receive towards the Nairobi Summit and beyond.

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3. Programme - Pro-Life and Pro-Family event

Thank you for registering for the Pro-Life and Family Friendly side events to the Nairobi Summit ICPD+25 via www.vitaetfamilia.org. This downloadable document contains the programme to the pro-life and family friendly side event.

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4. The Sexual and Reproductive Health Agenda

The ICPD25 intends to seek commitments from governments towards funding the sexual health and reproductive rights agenda. This video provides insights into that agenda.

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5. ICPD Introduction 2

International Conference on Population and Development - ICPD (Also referred to as the Cairo conference) is an official UN conference

The first conference was held in 1994 in Cairo, Egypt with 179 UN member states present.

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6. The Anti-Family, Anti-Life UN Agenda

This document with its accompanying chart reveals a highly elaborate and deceptive plan concocted by UNFPA to advance abortion and controversial sexual rights in contravention of many UN Member State laws. Working in concert with International Planned Parenthood (IPPF), the World Health Organization, and a number of UN member states, UNFPA’s plan was to circumvent the standard full-body UN Member State negotiation process for the 20-year review of the International Covenant on Population and Development (ICPD). They did this by lobbying to get the UN General Assembly to pass a resolution calling for an operational review for ICPD that UNFPA could control.

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7. The Family and Sustainable Development

On September 25th, 2015, the countries adopted a set of global goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.

For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and people like you.

This documentary shows THE INDISPENSABLE ROLE OF THE FAMILY IN PROMOTING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. Watch video....

8. Threats to National Sovereignty: UN Entities Overstepping Their Mandates

The right of UN Member States to national sovereignty is increasingly being undermined by the actions of rogue UN agencies, Special Rapporteurs and treaty monitoring bodies that are attempting to create new rights to which UN Member States have not consensually agreed.

This document also contains examples of UN System Abuse. Read more here....

9. ICPD25 Nairobi Summit Preparatory Packet

WorldYouthAlliance

At the 13th and 14th plenary meetings, the representatives of a number of countries made statements which they requested the secretariat of the Conference to place on record. Those statements are set out on this document.

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10. RESERVATIONS TO THE ICPD 1994

The representative of the Holy See submitted the following written statement:

"Our conference, attended by persons of various traditions and cultures, with widely differing viewpoints, has carried out its work in a peaceful and respectful atmosphere. The Holy See welcomes the progress that has been made in these days, but also finds that some of its expectations have not been met. I am sure that most delegations share similar sentiments. Read more here....