Sharon Slater
Family Watch International
© 2015
FAMILYWATCH
INTERNATIONAL
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“The Family is Entitled to Protection by
Society and State”
(Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Stable families bring the best outcomes to
men, women & children!
In sub-Saharan Africa children in
divorced, dissolved, remarried, or
repartnered homes children are at
least 20 % more lik...
What’s going on here? Why are women safer when married and
children safer when living with their married biological parent...
Drinking Treated Water
• Before - 12%
• After - 97%
Family Latrine
• Before - 32%
• After 98%
Domestic violence
• 8% to 1%...
Family Based Programs that Work!
Stay Alive HIV/AIDS
Prevention Program:
2,000,000 children in Africa
Parental involvement...
Yet the institution of the
traditional family is under attack
more than ever before
Why???
Claimed “sexual rights” are colliding
with the rights of the family
“Sexual Rights” World View
 Children sexual from birth
 The pursuit of sexual pleasure is a right at all ages
 Gender i...
Religious/ Pro Family View
 Children should not engage in any sexual relations
 Sexual relations in marriage only
 Gend...
Children are the Target
The goal is to raise
up the next
generation in their
radical sexual and
gender ideologies.
What are the greatest obstacles to
“Sexual Rights”?
The Family
Parents
&
Religion
Sexual “rights” agenda disguised under
the banner of “human rights”
The “Call it a Human Right” Strategy
Distortion of Children’s “Rights”
Protection Rights:
Clean water, food, health, shelter, healthcare,
education, safety, an...
Western-invented twin “rights”
1. Sexual and reproductive health rights
(SRHR)
2. Comprehensive Sexuality Education
(CSE)
Why is SRHR so dangerous:
Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights =
Sexual + Rights = Sexual Rights
“Sexual Rights”
Claimed “rights” relating to:
contraception, abortion, sexual expression (cross
dressing, nudity), pornogr...
World Health Organization:
Definition of “Sexual Rights”
 seek, receive and impart information related to
sexuality; (At ...
Sexual/Reproductive Health Rights
World Health Organization
Definition of “sexual health” includes:
“a state of physical, ...
The World Health Organization
“working definition” for “sexuality”:
Sexuality encompasses:
“gender identities and roles”
“...
Number 1 Tool to Advance
Sexual Rights?:
“comprehensive sexuality education”
The World Health Organization:
Sexuality encompasses:
“gender identities and roles”
“sexual orientation”
“eroticism”
“plea...
UN Rapporteur on the “Right to Education”
“sexual rights” including the right to “pleasurable”
sexual experiences.
“compre...
Comprehensive Sexuality Education:
Hidden goals of CSE:
To change sexual and gender
norms in society
UNESCO Guidelines on Sexuality Education
UN Agencies involved (2009)
 UNESCO
 UN Population Fund
 World Health Organiza...
UNESCO Sexuality Guidelines:
“comprehensive sexuality education
entails human rights . . . respects
diversity of sexual or...
UNESCO Sexuality Guidelines:
(page 5)
Schools must teach:
“respect; acceptance; tolerance and
empathy for all people regar...
UNESCO’s “International Guidelines
on Sexuality Education”
 Key objective: “Advocacy to promote the right
and access to s...
Distributed at the UN
“Sexual rights
relate to a
person’s sexuality,
sexual
orientation,
gender identity .
. . ”
Laws that say
you have to tell
your sexual
partner(s) you
are infected
with HIV violate
your sexual
rights.
International Planned Parenthood (IPPF)
Funded by UN Agencies
Planned Parenthood receives millions
from multiple UN agenci...
World Health Organization
“Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe”
For Children Age 0-4 years:
“Give information abo...
World Health Organization
“Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe”
For Children Age 4-6 years
“masturbation”
“same-se...
WHO Standards for
Sexuality Education in Europe:
For Children Age 9-12 years:
“Differences between gender identity and
bi...
WHO Standards for
Sexuality Education in Europe:
“For Age 15 and up:
“acceptance and celebration of sexual
differences”
...
UN Entities Promoting Sexual Rights
 UN Rapporteurs/Experts
 UN Treaty Body Monitoring Committees
 UN Agencies: (UNAIDS...
UNAIDS
What does the UN’s premiere AIDS
prevention agency say is are ways to
prevent AIDS?
UNAIDS: International Guidelines on
HIV/AIDS and Human Rights
Says States must:
 Legalize “abortion”, “same-sex marriage”...
U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
“men who have sex with men”
 MSM only 2% of the US population, account for 6o%
of ...
UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
UNFPA Reports in 2014
Parents and religion the problem
 “Gate-keepers such as religious and traditional
leaders, parents,...
UN Monitoring
Committees Promote
Sexual Rights
THE UN CEDAW Committee:
 Told 7 countries to legalize prostitution
 Told 6 countries to decriminalize
homosexuality and ...
UN Committee on the Rights of
the Child --Comment # 15:
Says children should have:
 “sexual and reproductive freedom” (wh...
Direct violation of parental rights!
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
“Parents have a prior right to choose the ...
Devious Strategies Used to
Promote CSE to African
Countries
Strategy 1
Claim that CSE will:
 Lift people out of poverty
 End discrimination
 Prevent violence against women
 Preve...
Adolescents from Intact Families :
•Less likely to have sexual intercourse
•Have had fewer sexual partners
•Report less se...
Strategy 2
Claim that comprehensive sexuality is:
Mandated by many
international agreements
Strategy 3
Fund NGO youth activists to
promote sexual rights in UN negotiations.
4. Groom African Youth to Put On UN Events
UN Event:
“Young African Voices”
Sponsored by Ghana
&
ASK Alliance
(Ghana, Keny...
Strategy 5
Bypass African UN Experts and Promote CSE
 Hold conferences for African of ministers who
don’t understand the ...
African Ministers Sign Declaration on CSE
 Sponsored by UNAIDS UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO in Cape
Town.
 “Signatory: Ang...
Step 6: Manipulate African UN
delegations
 Planned Parenthood employees trained to
get on African delegations
 Netherlan...
The Good News!
1. Major African victory against CSE at the UN
Commission on Population and Development!
2. Islamic countri...
What can you do to
protect children and the
family?
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Suggested Plan of Action:
(International)
1. Consider Kenya withdrawing from African CSE
declaration
2. Refuse to allow se...
Suggested Plan of Action:
(national)
1. Pass strong parental rights laws.
2. Pass a comprehensive protection of the family...
Suggested Action Plan
(Individuals & Organizations)
1. Get educated (FamilyWatchInternational.org) get
the Family Watch ne...
Will You Stand for the Family?
Petition: I pledge to support efforts to protect:
 The family
 Marriage
 Religious Freed...
Protect
the
health
and
innocenc
e of
Kenya’s
children!
Sharon@StandfortheFamily.org
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NATIONAL FAMILY CONFERENCE 2015

Kenya Christian Professionals Forum (KCPF) is an organization founded to support the enhancement of family values in Kenya, with four key pillars namely Life, Family, Religion and Governance. We are an advocacy and networking organization made up of Christian professionals from diverse Christian groups and churches, from diverse professional backgrounds, but all committed to supporting a pro-life, pro-family, pro-religion and good-governance social environment.
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Transcripts - NATIONAL FAMILY CONFERENCE 2015

  • 1. Sharon Slater Family Watch International © 2015 FAMILYWATCH INTERNATIONAL
  • 2. 2
  • 3. “The Family is Entitled to Protection by Society and State” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
  • 4. Stable families bring the best outcomes to men, women & children!
  • 5. In sub-Saharan Africa children in divorced, dissolved, remarried, or repartnered homes children are at least 20 % more likely to die before age 5, compared to children in stable, two-parent homes. 5 WORLD FAMILY MAP 2014 Mapping Family Change and Child Well-Being Outcomes
  • 6. What’s going on here? Why are women safer when married and children safer when living with their married biological parents? $0 $150,000 $300,000 $450,000 $600,000 546944.22 309962.74 99494.15 90505.84 57180.07 179650.51 337997.26 25219.78 AverageNetWorth Family Type Average Net Worth of Households with Children by Family Structure
  • 7. Drinking Treated Water • Before - 12% • After - 97% Family Latrine • Before - 32% • After 98% Domestic violence • 8% to 1%! CareforLife.org - Children Attending School • Before - 40% • After - 76% Results of Family Preservation
  • 8. Family Based Programs that Work! Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Program: 2,000,000 children in Africa Parental involvement 61% reduction in pregnancy rate in Kenya! (StayAlive.org)
  • 9. Yet the institution of the traditional family is under attack more than ever before
  • 10. Why???
  • 11. Claimed “sexual rights” are colliding with the rights of the family
  • 12. “Sexual Rights” World View  Children sexual from birth  The pursuit of sexual pleasure is a right at all ages  Gender is a choice/right and us fluid
  • 13. Religious/ Pro Family View  Children should not engage in any sexual relations  Sexual relations in marriage only  Gender = sex (male or female only) and is fixed
  • 14. Children are the Target The goal is to raise up the next generation in their radical sexual and gender ideologies.
  • 15. What are the greatest obstacles to “Sexual Rights”? The Family Parents & Religion
  • 16. Sexual “rights” agenda disguised under the banner of “human rights” The “Call it a Human Right” Strategy
  • 17. Distortion of Children’s “Rights” Protection Rights: Clean water, food, health, shelter, healthcare, education, safety, and medicine Versus Autonomous Rights: Privacy, confidentiality, information, association, right to control sexual expression, gender identity and sexual orientation
  • 18. Western-invented twin “rights” 1. Sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) 2. Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)
  • 19. Why is SRHR so dangerous: Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights = Sexual + Rights = Sexual Rights
  • 20. “Sexual Rights” Claimed “rights” relating to: contraception, abortion, sexual expression (cross dressing, nudity), pornography, sexual relations, age of consent, sexual orientation, gender identity (hormone therapy, sex change operations, etc.), sodomy, adultery, prostitution, use of public bathrooms, adoption, fertility and wedding services, and . . . sexual education
  • 21. World Health Organization: Definition of “Sexual Rights”  seek, receive and impart information related to sexuality; (At what age?)  sexuality education; (heterosexual or homosexual education?)  pursue a satisfying, safe and pleasurable sexual life. (????)
  • 22. Sexual/Reproductive Health Rights World Health Organization Definition of “sexual health” includes: “a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well- being in relation to sexuality”
  • 23. The World Health Organization “working definition” for “sexuality”: Sexuality encompasses: “gender identities and roles” “sexual orientation” “eroticism” “pleasure” “fantasies” “desires” “attitudes” “behaviours” “roles and relationships” (WHO, 2006)
  • 24. Number 1 Tool to Advance Sexual Rights?: “comprehensive sexuality education”
  • 25. The World Health Organization: Sexuality encompasses: “gender identities and roles” “sexual orientation” “eroticism” “pleasure” “fantasies” “desires” “attitudes” “behaviours” “roles and relationships” (WHO, 2006)
  • 26. UN Rapporteur on the “Right to Education” “sexual rights” including the right to “pleasurable” sexual experiences. “comprehensive sexual education” (CSE) “. . . abolishing guilt feelings about eroticism” CSE to teach about homosexuality
  • 27. Comprehensive Sexuality Education: Hidden goals of CSE: To change sexual and gender norms in society
  • 28. UNESCO Guidelines on Sexuality Education UN Agencies involved (2009)  UNESCO  UN Population Fund  World Health Organization  UNICEF
  • 29. UNESCO Sexuality Guidelines: “comprehensive sexuality education entails human rights . . . respects diversity of sexual orientations and identities”
  • 30. UNESCO Sexuality Guidelines: (page 5) Schools must teach: “respect; acceptance; tolerance and empathy for all people regardless of their health status or sexual orientation.”
  • 31. UNESCO’s “International Guidelines on Sexuality Education”  Key objective: “Advocacy to promote the right and access to safe abortion”  “respect” for “sexual and gender diversity”  “both men and women can give and receive sexual pleasure with a partner of the same or opposite sex”
  • 32. Distributed at the UN “Sexual rights relate to a person’s sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity . . . ”
  • 33. Laws that say you have to tell your sexual partner(s) you are infected with HIV violate your sexual rights.
  • 34. International Planned Parenthood (IPPF) Funded by UN Agencies Planned Parenthood receives millions from multiple UN agencies: UNFPA UNAIDS UN Women WHO World Bank
  • 35. World Health Organization “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe” For Children Age 0-4 years: “Give information about enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s body … masturbation.” “Give the right to explore gender identities”
  • 36. World Health Organization “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe” For Children Age 4-6 years “masturbation” “same-sex relationships” “develop respect for different norms regarding sexuality”
  • 37. WHO Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe: For Children Age 9-12 years: “Differences between gender identity and biological sex” “Sexual rights as defined by the International Planned Parenthood Federation”
  • 38. WHO Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe: “For Age 15 and up: “acceptance and celebration of sexual differences” “violations of sexual rights” “right to abortion”
  • 39. UN Entities Promoting Sexual Rights  UN Rapporteurs/Experts  UN Treaty Body Monitoring Committees  UN Agencies: (UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNWOMEN, UNICEF, OHCHR, WHO, etc.)
  • 40. UNAIDS What does the UN’s premiere AIDS prevention agency say is are ways to prevent AIDS?
  • 41. UNAIDS: International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights Says States must:  Legalize “abortion”, “same-sex marriage” & prostitution  Destigmatize “men who have sex with men”  Provide sexuality education
  • 42. U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) “men who have sex with men”  MSM only 2% of the US population, account for 6o% of all new HIV infections  MSM are 44 times more likely to be infected with HIV  MSM “HIV infections have been increasing steadily since the early 1990s”
  • 43. UN Population Fund (UNFPA)
  • 44. UNFPA Reports in 2014 Parents and religion the problem  “Gate-keepers such as religious and traditional leaders, parents, teachers, and others regulate their [youth] access to information and services.”  “Sometimes the strongest opposition to comprehensive sexuality education comes from community groups and religious institutions”
  • 45. UN Monitoring Committees Promote Sexual Rights
  • 46. THE UN CEDAW Committee:  Told 7 countries to legalize prostitution  Told 6 countries to decriminalize homosexuality and protect “sexual orientation”  Told 66 nations to legalize, remove penalties for, or increase access to abortion
  • 47. UN Committee on the Rights of the Child --Comment # 15: Says children should have:  “sexual and reproductive freedom” (what is this??? )  “confidential counselling and advice without parental or legal guardian consent”  sexual education, reproductive health services and medical treatment “without the permission of a parent, caregiver or guardian”
  • 48. Direct violation of parental rights! The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.” The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Parents’ right “… to ensure the religious and moral education of their children in conformity with their own convictions.” The Convention on the Rights of the Child: “respect the rights and duties of the parents
  • 49. Devious Strategies Used to Promote CSE to African Countries
  • 50. Strategy 1 Claim that CSE will:  Lift people out of poverty  End discrimination  Prevent violence against women  Prevent HIV and AIDS and STIs  Prevent teenage pregnancy  Prevent maternal mortality  Ensure gender equality  Prevent climate change  Prevent child marriage  And more!
  • 51. Adolescents from Intact Families : •Less likely to have sexual intercourse •Have had fewer sexual partners •Report less sexually transmitted disease or pregnany (The Relationship Between Family Structure and Sexual Activity by Samuel Sturgeon- FamilyFacts.org)
  • 52. Strategy 2 Claim that comprehensive sexuality is: Mandated by many international agreements
  • 53. Strategy 3 Fund NGO youth activists to promote sexual rights in UN negotiations.
  • 54. 4. Groom African Youth to Put On UN Events UN Event: “Young African Voices” Sponsored by Ghana & ASK Alliance (Ghana, Kenya, Uganda) Kenyan youth brought to promote CSE!
  • 55. Strategy 5 Bypass African UN Experts and Promote CSE  Hold conferences for African of ministers who don’t understand the harms and get them to sign agreements promoting CSE  DO NOT SHOW THE AFRICAN OFFICIALS ACTUAL CSE MANUALS!
  • 56. African Ministers Sign Declaration on CSE  Sponsored by UNAIDS UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO in Cape Town.  “Signatory: Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Kenya agreed to: “Increase the number of all schools and teacher training institutions that provide CSE
  • 57. Step 6: Manipulate African UN delegations  Planned Parenthood employees trained to get on African delegations  Netherlands trains sexual rights activists to get on African UN delegations.  UN Agencies offer to write speeches for African officials that promote CSE
  • 58. The Good News! 1. Major African victory against CSE at the UN Commission on Population and Development! 2. Islamic countries (OIC), the Holy See, Belarus, & Russia are standing up too! 3. We defeated:  UNAIDS HIV Human Rights Guidelines  CRC Committee Comment # 15
  • 59. What can you do to protect children and the family?
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  • 61. Suggested Plan of Action: (International) 1. Consider Kenya withdrawing from African CSE declaration 2. Refuse to allow sexual rights or CSE to be included in UN post-2015 agenda 3. Oppose “sexual rights” and CSE at UN in Geneva and New York
  • 62. Suggested Plan of Action: (national) 1. Pass strong parental rights laws. 2. Pass a comprehensive protection of the family law to be in compliance with UN treaties 3. Pass laws regulating sex education (Not pornographic, cannot encourage child sex, parents opt in, brain development, statistics for sexually active, etc)
  • 63. Suggested Action Plan (Individuals & Organizations) 1. Get educated (FamilyWatchInternational.org) get the Family Watch newswire. 2. Watch our online documentaries on the sexual rights agenda, pornography and same-sex attraction and show them to others. 3. Go to UNFamilyRightsCaucus.org and join the caucus!
  • 64. Will You Stand for the Family? Petition: I pledge to support efforts to protect:  The family  Marriage  Religious Freedom  Parental rights Sign the Petition: www.standforthefamily.org
  • 65. Protect the health and innocenc e of Kenya’s children!
  • 66. Sharon@StandfortheFamily.org

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