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Libera Uscita published their periodical Il Punto (new version). Read it here (Italian only). It contains letter from the President, news from Libera Uscita, France and Italy. From that last country a special report on the campaign for the establishment of municipal registers of living wills.
Libera Uscita pubblicato loro periodico Il Punto (nuova versione). Leggerlo qui. Contiene lettera del Presidente, notizie dal Libera Uscita, Francia e Italia. Da tale ultimo paese una relazione speciale sulla campagna per l'istituzione di registri comunali del testamento biologico.
Japan Society JSDD published its Newsletter nr 156. You can read the English summary here.
Final Exit Network used their December 2014 Newsletter to report on two major issues: the 'fight" between Hemlock San Diego and AARP (a non-profit, non-partisan organization that helps people 50 and older improve the quality of their lives) on the refusal of the latter to have Hemlock setting up an information stand. And - secondly - an extensive report on the Chicago Conference. Read it here.
DWD NSW (Australia) publishes its 'summer' 2014-2015 Newsletter, nr 130 to be downloaded here. . It reflects the great media attention that the Australian Dying with Dignity campaign has attracted in the last few weeks, especially with the release of the Senate Committee’s report on the Federal DWD Exposure Draft Bill.
RTVD Sweden published its newsletter, the “Bulletin No 77” in October 2014. The text is in Swedish but is published here for those Swedes abroad who may happen to read this. The main article, starting page 1, is a comprehensive report on the WF Congress in Chicago September 2014. Another article deals with our well known - to all of us - difficulties in trying to get space in newspapers about the fact that people suffer in connection with dying.
Faye Girsh, editor of the WF Newsletter, has produced a fantastic WF Newsletter with extensive reporting on the Chicago Congress, with lots of