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European Division of WFRtDS

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World Congress 2014

Welcome to the Chicago Conference, hosted by Final Exit Network. Have a look at WF Conference program here: see what's to come, or what you miss!  It promises to be an exciting couple of days. Hope to meet many of you!

With the theme "Dignity, Control, Choice - Around the World"  the committee focusses on leaders who work on the front lines of legal and philosophical right to die issues throughout the world.

See for further information on the conference  the special WF Conference website.

Israeli film on how to die
Sep 11, 2014

The Farewell Party, an Israeli film by Tal Granit and Sharon Maymon is shown in Toronto Film Festival. Tal and Sharon wrote and directed this dark comedy about friends in a retirement community in Jerusalem who begin to explore the very difficult question of how to die with some peace and dignity. Yehzekel (Ze'ev Revach) is an inventor who is called upon to create

Right to Die Europe reports on NGO activities
Sep 3, 2014

RtD-e representatives visited two conferences organised by the Council of Europe  for Non-Governmental Organisations. Their reports concern the visits  in January and in June this year.

Australian top executive addresses his colleagues on dying with dignity
Sep 3, 2014

Australian top executive Peter Short - recently diagnosed with terminal oesophageal cancer, has written a letter to his colleagues from top 300 public companies, addressing the importance of dying with dignity laws and urging them to promote the issue.

Belgian Review Committee reports euthanasia figures for 2012 and 2013
Sep 3, 2014

LaLibre.be writes:
In 2012 and 2013 3239 cases of euthanasia were reported to the Federal Evaluation and Control Commission. Since the implementation of the Act of 28 May 2002, the increase in the number of reported cases was gradual. But it "tends to escalate significantly since 2011", reports

The World Federation

The World Federation, founded in 1980, consists of 54 right to die organizations from 26 countries. The Federation provides an international link for organizations working to secure or protect the rights of individuals to self-determination at the end of their lives.

Joining information

If you are interested in inquiring about or even acquiring - as a Society - membership, please read the joining information and complete the application in it.

Official languages

The official language of the WFRtDS is English, reason why information on this site is mainly published in that language. Where available or applicable, some information is also published in other languages (French, German or Spanish). 

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