Irish writer says government should challenge UN interpretation of human rights
July 13, 2011
In a report to the UN commission on human rights, the Irish government has defended itself against charges that it denies citizens the “rights” to abortion, same-sex marriage, and “gender equality.” David Quinn, writing for the Iona Institute, argues that the government should not have adopted that approach, but instead should have challenged the UN officials who are promoting their own views on human rights.
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