“Northern Ireland’s pro-life laws protect women and babies from the tragedy, pain and violence of abortion.”
“In a multicultural global society we are bound to have differences of appearance and dress and rather than creating a homogeneous look, it would be more beneficial if we created laws to co-exist.”
“To keep silent in the face of evil is to be an accomplice” bishops warn as death toll passes 7,000 killings in just seven months.
Bernadette Smyth, director of Precious Life, says Amnesty is “claiming to be a ‘human rights group’ while campaigning for the legalised destruction of unborn children.”
“I have always maintained that the Catholic Church must fully accept its responsibilities to those who have suffered abuse."
"Any government which seeks to legalise the taking of innocent human life betrays its sacred trust and is guilty of a crime against humanity.”
Broadcasting Authority of Ireland upholds another complaint of media bias by The Ray D’Arcy Show in its treatment of the issue of abortion.
"Other views on Ireland's approach to abortion ... were not provided to listeners.”
President of RENATE and spokeswoman for Act to Prevent Trafficking (APT) jointly criticise Amnesty International’s stance on prostitution.
"This policy fails on many levels to recognise the violence, coercion, poverty and other vulnerabilities that draw so many vulnerable women and girls into the sex trade.”
Amnesty International’s close links to the pro choice Women on Web organisation raises "very serious questions about Amnesty’s professional judgement".
“People are appalled at Amnesty’s stance, especially those who previously supported the organisation” - Niamh Ui Bhriain of the Rally for Life Committee.
Amnesty International's decision to become abortion campaigners has damaged the founding mission of the organisation claims Life Institute.
The Nigerian army has found graves containing hundreds of decomposing bodies including those of women and children in Damasak, Borno State.
“Not only have the girls not been released but nothing is known about their fate" - Mgr Kaigama.
"Amnesty International was once an organisation that you could depend on to defend human rights."
"Justice is increasingly in the hands of the extremists" Pakistani lawyer warns.
Report warns Assyrian Christians, Yazidis, Turkmen and Shabaks 'risk being wiped out'.
Put people, not economies first, say Amnesty, SVP and Social Justice Ireland.