Susan Roylance
Susan Roylance is the international policy and social development coordinator for the Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society.

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New Australian prime minister supports traditional marriage between a man and a woman, and other pro-family issues.
Same-sex marriage proponents are like "sharks seeing blood in the water," said William C. Duncan at a leadership meeting of United Families International, which included the introduction of the new internationa...
At the time DOMA was signed into law, the U.S. State Department was promoting same-sex marriage at a United Nations conference in Istanbul. The intent of the law was to protect children from those intending to ...
Confusion reigned in the final hours of the recent U.N. Commission for Social Development. The developing countries want the U.S. to kick in more funds to solve their financial problems, and the U.S. wants to f...
To shore up conservative Republican support, Romney said, "Mine will be a pro-life presidency." He said he would reinstate the Mexico City policy, cut off funding for UNFPA and Planned Parenthood.
Verbal Clash between Syria and Israel at the Commission on Social Development reflects tensions in the Middle East and disrupts diplomacy at the U.N.
The question, “When does human life begin?” was answered in a European Court of Justice this week. The judgement recognizes the beginning of human life at “all stages of the development of hu...
A surprising drop in maternal deaths related to pregnancy was reported this week in The Lancet -- a report that may have been delayed under pressure from pro-choice groups.
In a speech at the U.N. Women's Conference last week, a woman from Qatar talked about the "modern family." It was a thought-provoking speech.
One of the largest conference rooms at the U.N. was full tooverflowing. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss "The CriticalRole of Mother's in Society."