Australia will chip in millions of dollars to support Planned Parenthood’s abortion work world-wide, government leaders announced this week.
At least eight other countries are creating a new global abortion fund together to to make up for the money the U.S. no longer provides. Lawmakers in the Netherlands — one of the few countries where the barbaric practice of child euthanasia is legal, in addition to abortion – proposed the abortion fund in January.
On Wednesday, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said her country will give 9.5 million Australian dollars (about $7.5 million) to the International Planned Parenthood Federation, one of the abortion groups that no longer will receive U.S. tax dollars. She made the announcement during the 2017 Australasian Aid Conference in Canberra, claiming the money will support women and girls world-wide, according to the report.
“It’s the right thing to do, it’s a matter of principle,” Bishop said. “It’s also the smart thing to do as improving gender equality promotes economic prosperity.”
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