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European Division of WFRtDS

Interested in more news on the Right to Die? ERGO circulates on a regular basis an electronic newslist with news from around the world.

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Presentations Euthanasia 2016

The presentations - as far and if the presenter has given permission - are published now and can be found on the website.

Exciting times in Canada with 6 June nearing
May 26, 2016

The Globe and Mail Toronto (Joan Bryden) reports today:
Medical regulators in every province have issued detailed guidelines doctors must follow to help suffering patients end their lives once Canada’s ban on medically assisted dying is formally lifted next month. And most of those guidelines impose safeguards similar to — or even more stringent than — those included in the federal government’s proposed new law on assisted death.
The existence of guidelines

EXIT Italia celebrates 20 years anniversary
May 25, 2016

During the weekend of 24 and 25 September 2016, EXIT Italia organises a meeting in Torino, Italy, to celebrate their 20th anniversary. Members of WFRtDS are invited - others can get information at their e-mail exit-italia@fastwebnet.it See for further information attached letter and form.

New Committee elected in Amsterdam
May 25, 2016

At the Delegates meeting in Amsterdam (May 11 & 14, 2016) the delegates elected a new Committee:

 

Sean Davison (South Africa) )  President
Jeanne Arthur (Aus)    Secretary
Jean-Jacques Bise (CH)   Treasurer

Soichi Iwao (Japan)
Derryck Smith (Canada)

World Medical Association is putting 'End-of-Life Decisions' on their Agenda
May 25, 2016

At the meeting of the Council of the World Medical Association (WMA)  late April 2016 in Buenos Aires, a paper written by the Dutch KNMG and their Canadian colleagues was explained in order to reach a review of the position of the WMA regarding euthanasia and assisted dying. 

The World Federation

The World Federation, founded in 1980, consists of 50 right to die organizations from 22 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-form 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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