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The latest Final Exit Network Newsletter (November 2015) can be found here.
A couple of individuals thought they needed an organization in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) so they started one. Read here a copy of the first newsletter.
Read here English Summary of Japanese JSDD Newsletter issue 159, recently published
Philip Nitschke, renowned for his willingness to assist people to a humane death who want to end their life for medical or other reasons, has accepted 26 conditions on his ability to practice in a mediated settlement that concludes long-standing legal and tribunal proceedings.
Marshall Perron, who introduced Australia's first voluntary euthanasia law, has described Medical Board of Australia conditions of registration imposed on Nitschke as like something out
South Australian VES published its July 2015 Bulletin, read it here.
MPs in Germany have rejected a bill that would have made commercial assisted suicides legal, instead passing a new law punishing such practices with up to three years imprisonment, even if doctors perform the procedure to relieve suffering. The bill, which was upheld with 360 out of 602 votes, criminalizes organizations that assist patients in terminating their own lives for profit.
It is meant to prevent the commercialization of the procedure as
DWDVictoria's Newsletter Update Spring edition (October) 2015 published. Read it by clicking here.
The Hemlock Society of Florida and the Hemlock Foundation of Florida have new leadership. Dawn Pollock of Tallahassee is the new Chief Executive Officer and Julia Hanway, also of Tallahassee, is the new President of the Board of Directors. The new Board consists of Jim Chastain of Sarasota; Frank Kavanaugh of Punta Gorda; and Dr. Howard Kessler of Panacea. Once the new Hemlock Florida becomes active, others will be added to the Board.
NVVE, Dutch RtD Society, has developed a school curriculum program called ‘Euthanasia – "dead normal"’, a project to bolster public support and acceptance of euthanasia. The curriculum, launched in September, aims to provide high school students with “accessible information” about euthanasia, helping them to “have respect” for those who chose to end their lives.
There are videos offering ‘different’ (though all supportive) perspectives on