The impact of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals on children and the family
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), approved by member states on 25 September 2015, include targets that call for “universal access to sexual and reproductive health” by 2030. This term is understood by UN bodies, many international governments and international agencies to refer, inter alia, to access to abortion and contraception. The targets will also further the imposition of harmful “comprehensive sexuality education programmes”.
In this briefing we will explain how the approval of the SDGs by Pope Francis in September 2016, and the previous support offered for them by other organs of the Holy See, have intensified the threat posed by the SDGs to the most vulnerable members of the human family.
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