UNdoing Reproductive Freedom Christian Right NGOs Target the United Nations Executive Summary T he Christian Right increasingly seeks to restrict women’s reproductive rights internationally through its growing number of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) with consultative sta- tus at the United Nations. Believing their power to be enhanced by the election of an anti-choice president in 2000, these anti-choice NGOs have increased their presence at the UN. They oppose UN programs and platforms promoting access to abortion and contraception, and they promote an abstinence-only family planning curriculum worldwide. Using the access to a few official delegations and  activities  offered  by  their  consultative  status,  the  NGOs  pursue  their  goals  by  attempting  to stonewall the deliberative process of committees, organizing and funding an international caucus composed  of  other  conservative  religious  entities  and  governments  to  mobilize  opposition  more broadly within the UN. Working  through  the  UN  constitutes  a  shift  in  the  history  of  conservative  Christian  evangelical organizations that historically limited themselves abroad to missionary work. Influenced by other sectors of the Right that oppose the existence of the United Nations as a threatening “One World Government,” they have executed a Trojan Horse strategy of infiltrating the UN under the guise of reforming the institution, resulting in prolonged negotiations that signal to their supporters influence far greater than is actually the case.