Imagen Statement

Statement: PNfV strongly rejects new WHO guidelines recommending total decriminalization of abortion and its self-management

The new abortion guidelines published this month by the World Health Organization (WHO) represent a huge concern for the Political Network for Values (PNfV) members. The United Nations (UN) agency recommends total decriminalization of abortion, catalogues it as essential health care, asks for it to be facilitated by telemedicine, and to be “self-managed” before the […]

The European Parliament approves a resolution that considers abortion as a “right”

The European Parliament (EP) approved last Thursday, June 25, with 378 votes in favor, 255 against and with 42 abstentions the Matić Report that considers abortion as a “fundamental right”, ignores the sovereignty of the Member States, and demands, among other things, to repeal conscientious objection for doctors and health institutions. The report is now […]

Diálogos Transatlánticos – Avances políticos en la protección de la vida humana- dos experiencias de éxito – 210528

Next webinar of Transatlantic Dialogues present two successful political experiences in the protection of human life

The Political Network for Values ​​(PNfV) will present next Friday, May 28, in its Transatlantic Dialogues webinar series two successful political initiatives in defense of human life in the period of gestation: the Heartbeat Bill that is being promoted in the United States, and the ban on abortion for malformed fetuses in Poland. At the […]

Predrag Matic, eurodiputado

The Political Network for Values denounces the radical Matiĉ Report and calls the members of the Committee to recover the core values of the European Union

Brussels | The European Parliament’s FEMM Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality is going to meet on 10-11th May this week for discussing the draft Resolution of MEP Matiĉ, which presents abortion as a “fundamental right” and calls Member States to abolish conscience clause, threatening fundamental right to life and freedom of conscience. The […]