Family Action Center
Welcome to the FWI Family Action Center! We know that concerned citizens need a way to make their voices heard and make a difference in the stand for family. Below you will find links to FWI petitions and projects that need the support of individuals like you to succeed.
Please take a moment to visit each of the sites below and take action for the family!
We urge you and/or your children to sign the “Declaration on the Rights of Children and Their Families: A Call from the Children of the World.” This Declaration was presented by a delegation of children to world leaders at a UN meeting in Geneva, Switzerland on Friday, September 12th and will present it later this year in New York.
We have found that most world leaders are genuinely concerned about children and are increasingly asking to hear their views on policy matters that affect them. Since this Declaration is coming from children around the world, they will pay special attention to it, and, of course, the more people (especially children) who sign it, the more impact it will have on these leaders.
From their fraudulent sex research, to their collaboration with pedophiles to publish their sex experiments on children, to their promotion of risky sexual behaviors as healthy and normal, which has formed the basis of dangerous sexuality education programs worldwide, the Kinsey Institute has caused incalculable harm to children, adults and families.
On April 23, 2014 the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction was granted special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC). The UN’s decision to grant ECOSOC status to the Kinsey Institute has outraged parents, government officials, civic leaders, and victims of sexual crimes around the world who understand how harmful the Kinsey Institute’s work has been, especially for the world’s children.
We invite all parents, citizens, opinion leaders, officers of government and members of civil society to help protect the health and innocence of children worldwide by joining the “Stop the Kinsey Institute Coalition” and taking the suggested actions below that will help expose and stop their harmful work.
While there is not one universal definition of "comprehensive sexuality education" (CSE) and what it includes, CSE is a highly controversial, "rights-based" approach to sex education that encompasses a great deal more than just teaching children and youth about sexual intercourse and human reproduction. Developed in the West, primarily in the United States, CSE is now being implemented in most countries around the world.
Comprehensive sexuality education programs seek to change society by changing sexual and gender norms and teaching youth to advocate for their sexual rights. Most CSE programs promote acceptance of diverse sexual identities and orientations and enlist youth in combating “homophobia” and "heterosexism." These CSE programs have an almost obsessive focus on sexual pleasure, instructing children and youth at the earliest ages on how to obtain sexual pleasure in a variety of ways. Some programs even encourage sexual exploration for children as young as age five.
The UN is ignoring its obligation to protect the family as called for in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that recognizes the family as “the fundamental unit of society” entitled to protection of society and State. Other UN documents also call upon the UN to assess the impact of policies on the family in order to protect it.
Yet in important deliberations going on right now, the UN is ignoring the family. These deliberations will decide the international development goals for the United Nations and all 193 UN member countries for the next 15 years. We cannot let them ignore the essential and irreplaceable role of the family in achieving these goals or the family will be further undermined.
We need you to sign the petition and tell the UN to INCLUDE THE FAMILY!
In a world that has become increasingly hostile to marriage and the family, it has never been more essential for people across the world to organize to preserve and promote the traditional family. We invite responsible and concerned citizens everywhere to join this growing worldwide Internet coalition for the family.
Please sign the “I stand for the Family” petition to join with us and our network of people in over 100 countries across the world working to protect the family. We will use this petition in our work at the international level to demonstrate the strong and growing support for marriage, family, life and the rights of parents.
Sign the “I stand for the Family" Petition
The mission of the United Nations Family Rights Caucus is to protect and promote the natural family as the fundamental unit of society as called for in Article 16 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights. The UNFRC works to ensure that the family is protected in all United Nations policies and agreements.
We currently have member organizations and individual members in over 160 countries. Regardless of our national origins or cultural backgrounds, the one thing that unites us all is our understanding that a nations’s strength and the well being of its people depends largely on the stability and strength of its families. The cause of protecting the family transcends all national boundaries and any political divide.
There is power in unity and power in numbers, and we are working to make the Caucus an even stronger force for good at the UN and throughout the world. Join us in this important work to promote and protect the family.
For decades the Girl Scout organization, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary, has helped millions of young girls develop skills, build character, and become leaders. However, over the years, the organization has made a seismic shift. The questions and facts on this site expose changes within the Girl Scout organization which are increasingly connecting young girls to radical feminism, the promotion of sexual rights, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) issues, and the abortion rights movement.
Many of these changes have not yet trickled down to all Girl Scout councils and troops, and your family may be participating in a troop that is unaware of or not yet affected by these developments. However, the evidence presented on this site will show that Girl Scout materials and programs are increasingly connecting girls to inappropriate and controversial issues and activities and that Girl Scout headquarters is using funds contributed by Girl Scout families to promote these controversial issues.
This documentary is an eye-opening experience for many as it presents clear evidence showing that no one is “born gay” and that many people with unwanted same-sex attraction have been able to change. We summarize the research data, include interviews with top experts in the field, and present powerful testimonials from four men who speak honestly, openly and compellingly about what it was like for them to develop same-sex attraction and live a homosexual lifestyle. They discuss their experiences with therapy that helped them to develop a healthy heterosexual orientation.
In conjunction with the release of this video, we are also releasing our extensive new policy brief, Laws Banning Sexual Orientation Change Therapy are Harmful and Violate Fundamental Human Rights.
Our new documentary and policy brief together are very timely. More and more people are confused because of misinformation regarding homosexuality, and they believe the “born that way” (and can’t change) myth. Increasingly, the rights of those who seek change therapy (also known as sexual orientation change therapy or SOCE) are violated, as laws are being enacted to ban it.