Pro-Life Message Given a Voice at Annual Meeting Held This Year in Paraguay
The defense of life and family did matter during the General Assembly of the Organization of American States that was taking place in Asuncion, Paraguay, June 2-5, even though media reports said otherwise.
The OAS General Assembly takes place every year in a different city of the American continent. This year, the assembly was convened to discuss and exchange ideas on “development and social inclusion.”
A group of approximately 60 people representing pro-life and pro-family organizations from 10 countries, including Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, and Mexico, participated actively in the dialogues about civil society with OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza. Some of the proposals presented by these groups was the inclusion of the family and the creation of public policies that seek to strengthen it througout the member states, addressing how their government must face the problem of inequality that permeates the greater part of the American continent.
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