Political Network for Values@ 2018
Just a few years ago, an important European politician reflected about what should be the priority for public policy in his country. “Here is an easy question: What institution takes care of the ill, children and the elderly, supports workers and the unemployed, and provides the most satisfying relationships and precious memories for people?¨...
Signed by Legislative Representatives.
We, democratically elected Members of Parliament worldwide, solemnly reaffirm what has long been acknowledged in international law, namely that the family, based on marriage between one man and one woman, is the natural and fundamental unit of society entitled to protection by society and the State.
6- Luis Peral
Senator of España
Declaración de los Derechos de la Familia
7- Lucía Pérez Camarena
Member of Parliament of México
6- Lynda Rose
Convenor of the Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group
Predicted that by 2016 the majority of children will be born outside marriage
The dangers posed to family in the UK through stealth progression of the liberal sexual agenda
7- Sharon Slater
President, Family Watch Internations
Victories and challenges for the Family at the UN
8- Lawrence Jacobs
Managing Director of World Congress of Family
The World Congress of Families project
9- Leticia Salgado
Proyecto integral de Prevención del Delito en los jóvenes
1- Rodrigo Iván Cortés
Aims and Context to the Network
2- Jaime Mayor Oreja
Former Member of the European Parliament and Former Minister of Home Affairs
Historical step for the Defense of the Life in Europe.
3- Sophia Aguirre
Proffessor of Economics in The Catholic University of America
Family and Sustainable Development
4- Sophia Kuby
Executive Director, European Dignity Watch EU
1- Oscar Iván Zuluaga
President of the Democratic Center Party in Colombia.
La familia como centro de política pública: caso de la campaña presidencial colombiana
2- Dr. Helen M. Alvaré
Professor at George Mason University School of Law
Women, the Family and the Common Good
3- Zoltan Balog
Hungarian Minister for Human Capacities.
U.S. House of Representatives from Nebraska's 1st district.
5- José Ignacio Echániz