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World Congress of Families Caribbean Conference in Barbados Opens to Protect the Natural Family and Human Rights for All Persons

Elites and Sexual Radicals Protest and Demand Special Sexual Rights That Endanger Women and Children

WCF Leaders are in Barbados Sharing Solutions to Help Make a Better World by Reducing Poverty, Violence, Homelessness, AIDS, Sex Trafficking, Pornography, and Divorce

Contact: Rebekah Ali-Gouveia, World Congress of Families, 815-997-7106, media@worldcongress.org

BARBADOS, April 8, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- World Congress of Families began its third Caribbean Conference at the Accra Beach Hotel in Barbados, April 8-9, 2016. The conference is organized by Veronica Evelyn of Barbados and Rebekah Ali-Gouveia, WCF Caribbean Representative, of Trinidad.  WCF held previous Caribbean conferences in 2012 and 2013, both in Trinidad.

The year's World Congress of Families (WCF) conference is once again focused on providing solutions to help families in Caribbean and the world by fighting against poverty, violence, homelessness, AIDS, sex trafficking, pornography and divorce.

The WCF Barbados Conference has been attacked with lies by the usual groups of sexual radicals and extremists, who are funded by Wall Street Republican donors and liberal elites.  In fact one of the organizations, the mis-named "Human Rights Campaign," actually contributes to violence against women and children by promoting sex outside of marriage, pornography, prostitution, and abortion. 

World Congress of Families Is Not A Hate Group

    The World Congress of Families (WCF) is NOT a hate group but in fact an international network that promotes peace, kindness, and love that unites pro-family people of goodwill from more than 80 countries around the world that affirm the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNDHR) and the natural family.  UNDHR, Article 16(3) that declares that, "The family is the fundamental social unit and entitled to protection by society and the State."  WCF also has an officially recognized role at the United Nations as an NGO with Special Consultative Status.  WCF supports the protection of human rights for all persons from conception to natural death and the natural family as the fundamental and only sustainable unit of society as found in the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

World Congress of Families Is A Recipient of the International Peace Prize, "The Pax Urbis Award." 

    Unlike the protest groups that target the WCF with threats and violence, the World Congress of Families is the recipient of the International Peace Award, "The Pax Urbis Award," from "100 Cities for Peace." The prestigious award is given to institutions and cities that promote peace and values supporting the United Nations Development Goals. 

Sexual Radicals and Elites DENY Human Rights for All Persons and DEMAND Special Sexual Rights

    Sexual radicals and extremist groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) have labelled pro-family and pro-life groups like WCF as hate groups solely as an effort to raise money and bully and scare freedom-loving people of Faith into conformance with their radical sexual views.  Unlike the modest World Congress of Families budget, HRC spends more every business day than the WCF spends in an entire year. HRC's annual $40 million fortune also includes an extravagant headquarters building in Washington, DC.  Their partner-in-crime, the Southern Poverty Law Center (supposedly a poverty-fighting non-profit group itself) has hundreds of millions of dollars in assets, a Cayman Islands Bank Account (of undisclosed value), and pays for chartered flights for its founders and executives.

Veronica Evelyn noted: "Dysfunctional family structures are a legacy of the Caribbean's colonial past. Strong nations are built on strong families and the WCF conference will provide a platform for equipping leaders across the Caribbean to firmly define and passionately pursue core values and virtues regarding marriage, family and human sexuality."

Rebekah Ali Gouveia commented: "As the World Congress of Families Caribbean Representative, I'm looking forward to our Barbados conference, the third WCF Caribbean conference in the last 4 years.  The people of the Caribbean are facing a crisis in the family and we need to remind citizens of the critical role the family plays in developing healthy and prosperous societies.  I am thrilled to be a part of a burgeoning movement that will uphold the family as the bedrock of our Countries."

For more information or to register for the conference please visit the World Congress of Families Caribbean website at www.wcfcaribbean.org.

World Congress of Families has held past regional conferences in Canada, Trinidad, Bolivia, London,, Kenya, Nigeria, Serbia, Moldova, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, and Georgia. There will also be a regional conference in Salta, Argentina (June 14-15).

World Congress of Families X – Civilization at The Crossroads: The Natural Family as the Bulwark of Freedom and Human Values - will take place in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia (May 15-18, 2016).  This is the premier gathering of the world's largest network of pro-family leaders, parents, youth, lawmakers, scholars, religious leaders, and advocates united to support the natural family. 

WCF X will work toward uniting global leaders to defend family and faith and to developing a pro-family agenda for Europe and the World.  To register and reserve your tickets for World Congress of Families X go to: www.eventbrite.com/e/world-congress-of-families-x-tbilisi-republic-of-georgia-may-15-18-2016-tickets-22669828066?aff=es2 .  For more information on World Congress of Families X, visit the Congress website: www.worldcongress.ge.

World Congress of Families is dedicated to uniting and empowering global leaders and pro-family and pro-life groups at the local, national and international levels to protect family, faith, and freedom. Visit our website at www.worldcongress.org.