A non-partisan, non-profit research group, monitoring the UN says the organization is blocking pro-life groups from official proceedings. The Center for Family and Human Rights is based in New York and Washington DC. It says it has filed an official complaint. The Center for Family and Human Rights also says it is concerned about a potential UN resolution on hate speech, saying it could be used to target Christians. Author of “Under Siege: No Finer Time to be a Faithful Catholic” & President of the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam), Austin Ruse, says leading feminists at the UN have accused pro-lifers of disrupting meetings and are pushing to exclude pro-life advocates from proceedings related to the UN commission on the status of women. Ruse has filed a complaint and shares whether he has gotten a response. The UN is considering a resolution on hate speech. Ruse has raised some concerns about the current language and fills us in on why he fears it could be used against Christians. The World Health Organization treats abortion as “healthcare.” Ruse explains how C-Fam and other pro-life groups advocate for the unborn and what successes they have had in protecting the right to life at the UN.