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Research: China Investigations

New Evidence Confirms UNFPA Involvement In Coercion

Front Royal, VA, 03/25/09 – Contrary to the claims of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), China’s coercive one-child policy is alive and well in the counties in which their organization operates. On March 7th -11th of this year, the Population Research Institute (PRI) launched an on-the-ground investigation in 3 UNFPA “model counties.” These are counties where the UNFPA makes the claim that their efforts have “removed birth targets and quotas and introduced a quality-of-care …

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China Frees Pregnant Mom after International Outcry

19 November 2008 — Vol. 10/ No. 49 A young mother pregnant with her third child has been freed after narrowly escaping a forced abortion at the hands of Chinese authorities, according to Radio Free Asia (RFA). Arzigul Tursun, who is six-months pregnant, was scheduled to be given a lethal infection today that would have resulted in the death of her unborn child, according to the Uyghur Human Rights Project. Instead, she was allowed to …

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PRI to President-Elect Obama: Don’t Fund Forced Abortion

Front Royal, VA, 11/11/08 – The Population Research Institute, whose groundbreaking investigation in China led the Bush administration to cut funding to the U.N. Population Fund for the past seven years, stands by its accusation that the UNFPA was—and is—involved in coercive abortions in China.</p > “Our investigation remains valid,” says Colin Mason, PRI’s media director. “We put boots on the ground, and made the results available to anyone who wanted them. Those who would …

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USAID Denies Funding to Abortion Group Implicated in Forced Abortions and Sterilizations in China; PRI Applauds Action

  02 October 2008     Vol. 10 / No. 41 USAID Denies Funding to Abortion Group Implicated in Forced Abortions and Sterilizations in China; PRI Applauds Action Assistant Administrator for Global Health Dr. Kent Hill, has banned cooperation with UK-based Marie Stopes International (MSI), one of the worlds largest purveyors of abortions, on the grounds that it is complicit in “coercive abortion and involuntary sterilizations” in China. MSI denies that it supports China’s coercive policies, but …

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Yet More Money for Human Extermination Campaigns

In a world of already-low and rapidly declining birthrates, and soon to experience a dramatic aging trend, European governments have decided to devote yet more money to the extermination of children in the Third World. This act of prioritizing comes in the form of new money to support Communist China’ s coercive population control program, and more new money for the Global Safe Abortion Fund created by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). In both …

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Abortion Pushing UN Population Fund has Record Number of Donors (Lifesite News)

  Abortion Pushing UN Population Fund has Record Number of Donors By Terry Vanderheyden Friday January 13, 2006 UNITED NATIONS, January 13, 2006 ( – The abortion-promoting United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has reported a record number of contributors and contributions for 2005 – 171 countries sent the organization $142 million last year compared to $131 million from 166 countries in 2004. The Population Research Institute revealed in 2001 that the UNFPA formally cooperates with …

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Choice or Control? Feminists Oppose Bush on UNFPA

For the fourth year in a row, the Bush Administration made the right decision in September by withholding funding from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Whether you are pro-life or pro-choice, you should favor this decision. By denouncing it, feminist and “family planning” organizations have once again shown that they are more pro-control than they are pro-choice. UNFPA in China The first year Bush was in office, he didn’t withhold UNFPA funds. That year, …

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Human Rights Triumphs Over UNFPA Population Controllers

June 17, 2005 Volume 7 / Number 23 Dear Colleague: Those who believe in true reproductive choice won a victory for Chinese women and their husbands this week, voting to keep the ban on funding the U.N. Population Fund in place. Steven W. Mosher President PRI Weekly Briefing 17 June 2005 Vol. 7 / No. 23 Human Rights Triumphs Over UNFPA Population Controllers Population control forces lost a battle yesterday when the U.S. House voted …

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