I have re-named several of this blog's "Current Affairs" categories. I also moved some things around where I thought they fit better in a different category.
If you arrived at this category through a "Google" search, and the post you are looking for is no longer here, the following explanation may help you to find the right category in the sidebar.
Since I last modified categories a year or two ago, there has been more overlapping than anticipated. Some were too broad and some too narrow. Thus, for example, an article about pro-life issues affecting the sick or disabled (euthanasia) did not fit in the "abortion" category that I had, so that those pro-life posts were shifted to a category on "human rights" and separated from the abortion-related pro-life posts. Meanwhile, the category on "human rights" was so broad that it held a hodge podge of things, leaving me wondering why I still had a separate category for "Current Affairs: General". There was a category called "Current Affairs: Secularism", and almost every post in it was about religious freedom. Various articles on "Healthcare" had been placed in different categories, and I wanted to have a healthcare category.
So the "Current Affairs: General" category has been deleted, and the few posts in it have been moved to other categories. What was "Current Affairs: Abortion" is now "Current Affairs: Pro-Life", and pro-life posts that were in the other categories have been moved to it. What was "Current Affairs: Secularism" is now "Current Affairs: Religious Freedom", and the couple of posts that did not fit the new name were moved elsewhere. What was "Current Affairs: Human Rights" is now "Current Affairs: Social Justice" because the category includes posts about values and ethics and not only posts about "rights". That is also intended to help to distinguish it from the category on "Religious Freedom". Another category has been re-named "Current Affairs: Healthcare", and a number of posts have been moved in or out of it to create the new category.
No posts were deleted in the process. Nothing other than the "Current Affairs" posts have been moved.