ABORTION LEGISLATION BILL Select Committee Report: Minority View INTRODUCTION National member Agnes Loheni opposes the Select Committee recommending passage of the government’s Abortion Legislation Bill. Process Some 25,718 submissions were received by the Abortion Legislation Select Committee. Of these approximately 91.6 percent opposed the Bill. Approximately 2,800 submitters requested to make an oral submission of
The pro-life movement has long pointed out that a significant amount of mental gymnastics are required to maintain the various logical inconsistencies of the pro-choice ideology. Labour MP Ginny Andersen’s new Bill to give paid bereavement leave to parents who lose children to miscarriage or stillbirth is yet another example of those bizarre inconsistencies.
Campaign of intimidation and criminal vandalism by anti free speech extremists against NZ pro-life groups will not succeed
VOICE FOR LIFE NZ PRESS RELEASE Friday 15 November Campaign of intimidation and criminal vandalism by anti free speech extremists against NZ pro-life groups will not succeed Over the past week anti free speech extremists have engaged in acts of criminal violence against pro-life billboards around New Zealand. Two billboards in
Voice for Life is a national charitable organisation that exists with the purpose of speaking out on issues of bioethics, particularly regarding abortion and providing practical support networks to vulnerable women facing unplanned or difficult pregnancies. The National Executive Committee of Voice for Life [for ease of reading, henceforth in this document known as VFL]
The Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand (ALRANZ) have just publicised the submission they made on the Abortion Legislation Bill. It makes for some truly frightening reading. They strongly oppose any ban on sex-selective abortion, they want the state to maintain a list of medical professionals who are conscientious objectors, and they are