Casablanca: experts gathered to abolish gestational surrogacy in the world
On Friday March 3, experts and researchers from around the world who have been working for a long time on the question of surrogacy and its effects on society will meet in Casablanca and will make public the fruit of their research: a proposal by C
Revelations on the sinking of migrants in the Channel: associations say "their dismay"
Several migrant aid associations, including Cimade, said on Monday their "dismay" after the revelations deemed "unbearable" by the newspaper Le Monde on the conditions of the shipwreck that occurred in November 2021 in the Channel where 27 people
World Cup in Qatar, Shell, Danone or Nike: the questions raised by boycotts
For several months, the idea of a boycott of the World Cup in Qatar has gained ground. In France, several mayors have recently announced that their city will not broadcast the event on giant screens as usual.
End of life: Emmanuel Macron launches a consultation for possible changes by the end of 2023
Emmanuel Macron announced on Tuesday the launch of a broad citizen consultation on the end of life, with a view to a possible new "legal framework" by the end of 2023, after the publication of an opinion on the question of the Consultative Committee.
United Protestant Church of Australia asks staff to avoid using Uber
The United Protestant Church of Australia has asked its staff to avoid using Uber's services for business trips, believing that the company does not correspond to its values.
Archie Battersbee's parents want to take the case to the Supreme Court
Archie Battersbee, 12, has been on life support since April in the UK. His family refuses that he be disconnected against the advice of the medical profession, in particular for religious reasons. As the courts got a new
Archie Battersbee's parents lose fight to keep son on life support
The parents of 12-year-old Archie Battersbee lost their battle on Monday July 25 to have their son kept on life support. The Court of Appeal held that it was in the interest of the young boy to ar
'It's up to God': Parents of baby boy on life support refuse to have him unplugged
12-year-old Archie Battersbee has been on life support since April in the UK. His parents refuse that he be disconnected against the advice of the medical profession, in particular for religious reasons. Then Q
South Korea: The Catholic Church and religious groups call for the definitive abolition of the death penalty
Hours before a hearing on the death penalty issue, the Catholic Archdiocese of Gwangju and several religious organizations issued a joint letter calling for the abolition of the death penalty which
More than 30 Catholic and Protestant institutions renounce fossil fuels
Thirty-five Christian organizations from six countries representing 1,2 billion euros in assets have announced that they will withdraw their investments in fossil fuels because of their devastating effect on the environment