Human Rights Archives - International Youth Coalition

Demography

Un pueblo sin hombres Migración, un tema de Familia.

Comunidad “El Gallo” , Sierra Gorda de Querétaro, México. Semana Santa 2018. Llegamos a la Sierra aproximadamente a las 6 de la tarde un sábado previo al Domingo de Ramos, calurosos desconocíamos que para llegar a nuestra comunidad asignada para acompañarlos durante las misiones de Semana Santa tendríamos aún que recorrer una hora y media […]

Valdes Rodriguez María José | April 12, 2018
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Catholic Teaching

The Importance of Educating Women

One of the largest topics at this year’s UN Commission on the Status of Women last month was the incredible importance of education for young girls. There was no shortage of discussions on how to get girls more interested in STEM programs, how to encourage women in the agricultural field, in government and politics, in […]

Hannah Thies | April 9, 2018
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Bioethics

The Attack on Children in the School System

The New York Times published a couple of weeks ago entitled, “In Sweden’s Preschools, Boys Learn to Dance and Girls Learn to Yell,” it outlines the work of a gender progressive pre-school in Stockholm. In this school, the teachers only use “gender-neutral pronouns,” and in an effort to stem off a split along traditional gender […]

Hannah Thies | April 9, 2018
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Human Rights

A Double Standard for “Life”

Schools across the United States are witnessing student walkouts as part of the March for Our Lives movement calling for new gun control. In response to this, one student is testing the favor of liberal positions in the media, as well as in schools themselves, while promoting a pro-life position. Brandon Gillespie, a student at […]

Kiersten Lynch | March 29, 2018
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Human Rights

Human Dignity in Halloween Culture?

When Halloween rolls around, especially in American culture, we see a wide array of films and entertainment centered around zombies, vampires, monsters, and horror. But whether we realize it or not, these films—sometimes icons of culture—involve much violence and gore. We embrace this blood and gore without thinking about it, as if it’s completely normal. […]

Kiersten Lynch | October 31, 2017
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Human Rights

“Freedom of speech” in the United Kingdom?

  In the United Kingdom, freedom of speech is under threat. Two crucial events show this clearly: the banning of the Christian Union from Oxford’s fresher’s fair, and the banning of a pro-life vigil outside a Marie Stopes abortion clinic.   At Oxford, Balliol College banned the Christian Union from its fresher’s fair, an event […]

Caterina Milo | October 17, 2017
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Human Rights

La importancia de alzar la voz por el bien común

Todos los días, sin excepción, somos espectadores de una serie de noticias y participantes de acontecimientos en donde las crisis económicas, las decisiones políticas y los problemas sociales son ya, parte de nuestra cotidianidad y aveces, consecuencia de nuestra agitada vida lo dejamos pasar con gran indiferencia. En nuestras conversaciones habituales solemos quejarnos de temas […]

Valdes Rodriguez María José | October 12, 2017
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Human Rights

A Thought on End-of-Life

“People overlook the beauty of end-of-life.” Recently a friend of mine stopped to talk while I was eating lunch alone in the cafeteria, and brought this situation to my attention. At first, I was confused as to what he meant. We were both active in the pro-life group on our college campus, could we really […]

Kiersten Lynch | September 20, 2017
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Abortion

Witches and Children

It is a simple shirt. Black with white block letters across the chest reading, “REPEAL.” A simple design with a sinister goal behind it. A quick search online led to a website that sells these shirts, and promotes the message that abortion must be legalized across Ireland by repealing the eighth amendment. This site displays […]

Grace Hoffman | September 20, 2017
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