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  1. What is a ‘crisis pregnancy’?

    A crisis pregnancy is an unintended pregnancy or a planned pregnancy that has become a serious problem to the pregnant woman because of desertion by the birth father, lack of support from her parents, financial problems or health challenges.

  2. How can I support Unborn Justice?

    Our “Get Involved” and “Donate” pages provide information on how you can support this ministry.

  3. Are you affiliated with a particular church or denomination?

    No, we are not affiliated with any particular church or denomination. We are a faith-based organisation and our Directors and volunteers all attend different churches.

  4. How can I become a member of Unborn Justice?

    Unborn Justice does not have members. However, if you would like to become a volunteer, give us a call.

  5. Who does Unborn Justice cater to?

    Unborn Justice is catered to women and their partners faced with crisis pregnancies.

  6. What does Unborn Justice do?

    Unborn Justice provides emotional and tangible support to women and their partners faced with crisis pregnancies. More information can be found in “Our Services”.

  7. What does “pro-life” mean?

    To be pro-life is to support life from conception to natural death. Thus, persons who are pro-life are against abortion and fight for the dignity of every human life no matter the age or stage of human development.

  8. Is abortion legal in Barbados?

    Yes, abortion is legal in Barbados. Abortion was legalised in Barbados in 1983 under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act.

  9. What is abortion?

    Abortion is the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, most often performed during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy.