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Swissinfo.ch reports: The latest numbers on assisted suicides in Switzerland show a 26% increase over the previous year. The vast majority of those who died by assisted suicide were terminally ill. The Federal Statistical Office reports that in 2014 Switzerland saw 742 cases of assisted suicide, more than 2.5 times
He died 114 years ago, but would Émile Zola turn in his grave or would he be delighted instead to be deployed for the legalization of euthanasia? Imitating the famous article by the writer during the Dreyfus affair, ADMD-France is launching a new campaign to advance its cause and stigmatize the broken commitments of Governments. The visuals of the
Mort il y a 114 ans, Émile Zola se retournerait-il dans sa tombe ou serait-il au contraire ravi d'être embauché pour réclamer la légalisation de l'euthanasie ? Imitant le célèbre article rédigé par l'écrivain au cours de l'affaire Dreyfus, l'Association pour le droit de mourir dans la dignité (ADMD) lance en effet une nouvelle campagne pour faire avancer sa cause et stigmatiser les engagements non tenus des pouvoirs publics. Les visuels de la campagne commencent par un "J'accuse… !",
Final Options Illinois published - by e-mail - their December 2016 Newsletter. Read it here.
Australian Go Gentle published its November 2016 Newsletter (updating on 'progress' in South Australia). Read it here.
The Victorian Parliament has last month passed the Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act 2016 which will grant legal recognition of Advance Care Directives. The aim of the new law is to enable you to
A whitepaper is published by Neil Francis of Dying for Choice Australia, providing comprehensive insight into assisted dying practice in Benelux. Francis concludes that rates of assisted dying in the Netherlands and Belgium have followed an expected sigmoid curve, now beginning to level out. Several factors have contributed to
The Council of the District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) approved a Death with Dignity law. It was on final passage, with a 11 to 2 vote in favor. The legislation is supported by 67 percent of District residents. The bill is now sent to Mayor Bowser. A spokesperson for the mayor said
Quebec’s commission on end-of-life care published its first half-year report since medical aid in dying was allowed in December 2015. 161 reports were made, of which 85 have been assessed. 76 Reports still wait assessment by the commission.