Suspicious ‘educational’ movement launched in Panama

.- Pro-life leaders in Panama are expressing concern about the new “Citizens’ Movement for Education,” which has been created with funding from UNICEF amidst the debate in the country on a new sexual and reproductive health law that seeks to impose abortion and gender ideology.

Although leaders of the movement said its objective is to promote “equality and quality” in education, pro-life and pro-family leaders warned the movement is led by Raul Leis, secretary of the Adult Education Council for Latin America, whose agenda is to impose gender ideology and abortion in the continent.

Pro-life leaders reiterated their rejection of any attempt to impose educational programs on schools that attack the right of parents to choose the kind of moral formation they want for their children.


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