The Futures Group, which recently changed its name to the Palladium Group, is marketing all forms of birth control to people in the developing world. It is also working to expand access and availability of all forms of contraception, including abortifacients. It is even on the International Steering Committee of the International Conference on Family Planning.
On its former website, before changing to the Palladium Group, the Futures Group stated rather plainly how it marketed condoms and abortifacient contraception to teens in Jamaica from 2000-2004.
On another page on its former website, Futures Group boasted how its marketing strategies in Ghana from 2003-2006 resulted in massive sales of condoms and oral contraceptives.
On one of its former webpages on a project from 2007-2011, Futures Group illustrates how it helped increase access to injectable contraception for women in Malawi, and worked to change the minds of Islamic leadership in order to expand access to contraception.
In discussing its “program areas” on “population and family planning” on its old website, Futures Group says that it uses a “total market” approach to increase access to and availability of oral contraceptives, IUDs, injectable contraception, and condoms.
Futures Group’s old website also indicated that it actively marketed condoms in Niger and China.
Currently, under its new name, The Palladium Group, this organization serves on the International Steering Committee (along with International Planned Parenthood, Planned Parenthod Federation of America, IPAS, and the UNFPA) of the International Conference on Family Planning.
Futures Group (now the Palladium Group) is fully devoted to the spread of all forms of contraception, including abortifacients such as the so-called “emergency” contraceptive pill.
Because of the Future’s Group’s unwavering promoting of these grave moral evils, no Christian could ever, in good conscience, support, provide funds or a clean image for this organization.