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The latest Dying with Dignity NSW newsletter is a 16 page, six month edition packed with news. It has just been uploaded to our DWDnsw website – click here .
President Helene Bolduc of ADMD Quebecoise sends everyone all the best for 2013, with a word referring to the many positive issues of 2012.
The Independent reports (Daisy Wyatt) about a new initiative of BBC to turn assisted suicide into the comedy Way to Go, to be aired on BBC 3 from January 15, 2013.
Helping the terminally ill to die becomes a 'life line' for twenty something mates in this new BBC comedy Way To Go, about three blokes who go into business to help the terminally ill to die.
After the decriminalisation of euthanasia in Colombia in 1997 never was proper regulation introduced, until now. Senator Armando Benedetti drafted regulations that were discussed in a Colombian Senate Commission this month, a proposal that was approved by 11 votes to 5. Some of the criteria include
YourLastRight.com - Australia's national alliance of State and Territory dying-with-dignity and voluntary euthanasia societies - has announced this month the results of the latest national Newspoll research on voluntary euthanasia (VE). The comprehensive study shows that:
Farewell Foundation Canada published its December 2012 Newsletter, to be read here.
On January 26, 2013 RWS - the Flemish Right to Die Society - will celebrate the anniversary of 30 years RWS and 10 years Euthanasia Law, showing the premiere of "End Credits", a documentary film of Marc Cosyns and Alexander Decommere. The celebration takes place in
Marie Fleming (59) – now in the end stages of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), diagnosed in 1986 – wants to die, and therefore is challenging the State, the Irish Attorney General and the DPP. The session of the Irish High Court started early December. Submissions will also be made by the Human Rights Commission
Isopublic, a Swiss partner of International Gallup International, executed a study by online interviews in 12 European countries into the view of Europeans on assisted suicide. In every country 1000 interviews were held, resulting in an interesting strong majority of support. The study was executed in the corresponding language of each country.