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Publications: Press Releases

US Congress Condemns Two-Child Policy in Burma

WASHINGTON DC: Population Research Institute commends the U.S. Congress for condemning the two-child policy inflicted upon the Rohingya in Burma. The Rohingya are a persecuted minority in northern Burma who are denied citizenship, are terrorized by pervasive mob violence, and who are, alone among the peoples of Burma, subjected to a two-child policy. Last Wednesday, May 7th, the US Congress passed H. Res. 418 “Urging Burma to end the persecution of the Rohingya people.” The …

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Chinese Government Publicly Threatens Birth-Violators

WASHINGTON DC: Population Research Institute released photos of official Chinese signs and banners threatening those who dissent from the government’s one-child policy with forced abortions and sterilizations.

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Why Won’t Michelle Obama Defend Chinese Women?

When Michelle Obama arrives in Beijing today with her two daughters, Sasha and Malia, she will be the envy of Chinese women. She has what almost none of them have. Not only does she have two children—most urban Chinese are limited to one—but she has two daughters. Steven Mosher, President of the Population Research, says, “Women and girls have been the primary victims of China’s thirty-five year long ‘war on women.’ Women who are pregnant …

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PRI Launches Campaign to Help Women in China

Population Research Institute has launched a new “activism page” in conjunction with the publication of the second edition of Steven Mosher’s book, A Mother’s Ordeal. A modern classic, the book is a biography of a young one-child-policy enforcer in China. It provides a raw and unflinching glimpse into life—and death—at the hands of a Chinese government bent on curbing births in the most populous country on earth.  “Brutally truthful," said Elise Hilton in a new review. …

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Newly Released Book Recounts Reproductive Cruelties in China

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Population Research Institute is pleased to announce the release of the second edition of Steven Mosher’s best-selling book, A Mother’s Ordeal: One Woman’s Fight Against China’s One-Child Policy, complete with a new preface by the author.  A Mother’s Ordeal brings home the suffering caused by China’s population control policy by viewing it through the eyes of Chi An. A family planning official, Chi An tells an insider tale of how young, pregnant women …

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Triumph for Independence and Life in Peru

  LIMA, PERU. Population Research Institute (PRI) exposed an an illegal pro-abortion website and had it removed. Abortion is currently illegal in the christian country of Peru, but the international population control movement tried to give desperate Peruvian women empty solutions via a blog acting as a “safe abortion hotline”. The pro-abortion movement regularly uses such blogs to gain a foothold into countries which prohibit abortions. By sending women misoprostol (a synthetic prostaglandin which induces …

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PRI’s video breaks 1,000,000 views: Influences Taiwan

Population Research Institute’s video reached 1,000,000 views over the weekend. The video, which illustrates the mechanism of the morning after pill, has been       viewed over 450,000 times in Taiwan. Taiwan is calculated to perform about 400,000 abortions per year, an enormous number for a country which witnesses less than 200,000 births a year. PRI believes the popularity of the pro-life video in the country to be a sign of hope for the abortion saturated country. Other top countries in which the video received views looks like a list of some …

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Genocide in Sri Lanka Continues

KILINOCHCHI, SRI LANKA: Tamil women continue to die at the hands of the Sri Lankan government, which is intent upon eradicating the minority population. A woman named Manjula Satheeskumar and her father are the most recent casualties. On August 31st, 2013, more than 50 women and their children were told their children were going to get check-ups and were transported to a district hospital in Kilinochchi. At the hospital, Sri Lankan population controllers told the …

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