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WFRtDS Conference 2018

To be held in Cape Town South Africa from 6 to 9 September 2018.

Register now for early bird fees on the special Conference website Assisteddying 2018. More news to follow soon.

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Book on Dutch End-of-Life practices in Italian
Dec 13, 2017

Johannes Achterberg published "Libertà di decidere" (freedom to choose), a book on the Dutch End-of-Life practice in Italian. In his preface he states: "The great advantage of a pensionado is that he has so much time to be curious. A curiosity that motivates him to delve into topics of any kind. It so happens to discover that much news is manipulated or does not correspond entirely or in part with the reality. Politicians in particular

Final Exit Network published its December 2017 Newsletter volume 16 no 4
Dec 2, 2017

Final Exit Network published its December 2017 Newsletter volume 16 no 4. You can read it here.

Is the World Medical Association (WMA) shifting its position?
Dec 2, 2017

Following the other regional divisions of the WMA (Asia and South-America), the European Branch convened a meeting in the Vatican. A letter has been discussed that was prepared by the Dutch RDMA (KNMG) and the Canadian sister organisation, which proposed earlier to write an alternative text for the until then usual stance "euthanasia is unethical". By

Dutch NVVE publishes its 4th edition of Relevant 2017
Dec 2, 2017

NVVE, the Dutch RtD Society published its quarterly Relevant 2017/4. Read the Summary (in English) here; the Dutch PDF can be downloaded here.



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The World Federation

The World Federation, founded in 1980, consists of 52 right to die organizations from 25 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.

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