Mosher, Steven
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Steven Mosher has served as director of the Asian Studies Center at the Claremont Institute in Southern California, and as member of the U.S. Commission on Broadcasting to the People's Republic of China. His is the author of the well and widely-reviewed Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese; Journey to the Forbidden China, and A Mother's Ordeal: One Woman's Fight Against China's One Child Policy. His articles have appeared in Reader's Digest, The Wall Street Journal, and other major magazines and newspapers. He has appeared on 60 Minutes, The Today Show, Firing Line and The Merv Griffin Show. He lectures extensively in the United States and abroad. He also became executive director of the Population Research Institute that carries out research on population, development and environmental issues in the sciences, the professions and in areas of public policy.

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New! Sterilization Camps in India

Last November, 83 women were sterilized in a matter of hours at a sterilization camp in the east Indian state of Chhattisgarh. At least a dozen women died from the unhygienic conditions, and the large number of deaths in one sterilization camp garnered international media attention. While sterilization camps rarely claim a dozen lives at a time, women are routinely maimed and killed in sterilization camps in India. In the four months since news of the Chhattisgarh camp broke, sterilization camps and their horrors steadily continue.

Date posted: 2015-04-26

New! A War on Maternity Waged in the Name of Mother Earth

We look forward to a future where our children and grandchildren enjoy a planet with clean air, clean water, and luxuriant greenery.

Date posted: 2015-04-26

New! Frog: A Novel

Four months after one camp killed a dozen women, sterilization camp horrors continue

Date posted: 2015-04-26

Catholic Health Commission in Kenya: Vaccine Contamination Demands Action from the Kenyan Ministry of Health

On February 13th, the Kenyan Conference of Catholic Bishops stated that the controversy over whether a tetanus vaccine had been laced with a sterilizing agent was an issue of national security and demanded that the Kenyan Ministry of Health cooperate in a continuing investigation to analyze the vaccine vials.

Date posted: 2015-03-17

Kenyan Bishops not Satisfied with Government Response to Vaccine Controversy

The concern that the neonatal tetanus vaccines in Kenya sponsored by the World Health Organization are laced with sterilizing agents first arose months ago, and the uncertainty continues as the newest round of testing produced another inconclusive standoff between the Catholic Health Commission of Kenya and the Ministry of Health.

Date posted: 2015-02-23

Violent population control continues in China

Contrary to recent reports, China's population control policy still systematically enforces a policy of coerced abortion, sterilization, and child abandonment. The propaganda, coercion, and violence used by the Chinese Family Planning police continues to violate the rights of Chinese women, men, and their unborn children.

Date posted: 2015-02-23

USAID Funding of Sterilization Camps in India, Part 2

Earlier this week, we released a report outlining some of the horrors of India's sterilization camps. We called the world's attention to the US Agency for International Development's complicity in coercive sterilization camps in India. Among the evidence was a report published by the OECD describing a multi-million dollar program by USAID to reduce fertility in India.

Date posted: 2015-02-05

USAID Funding of Sterilization Camps in India

Women's wombs are inflated with bicycle pumps. Some are paid as little as 600 rupees - about $10 - to be sterilized. Some see - and feel - doctors pull shreds of their organs from their abdomens during procedures. Doctors reuse gloves and needles for dozens of surgeries. Antibiotics or painkillers, if used, may be tainted with rat poison.

Date posted: 2015-02-05

Aborting Indian Democracy

Poll taxes, property requirements, and race and gender-based voting prohibitions codified thinly disguised discrimination in darker periods in United States history. Today, in the world's largest democracy, local laws restrict political participation to people who have two or fewer children.

Date posted: 2015-02-05

Four Key Points on Human Ecology and Climate We Hope to See Pope Francis Make

Pope Francis has the opportunity to put the human person back in the center of climate concerns.

Date posted: 2015-02-05