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Japan Society JSDD published its Newsletter nr 158; read the English summary here.
Belgian ADMD published its second quarter 2015 Newsletter nr 136 (in French). Read it here.
SAVES (Australia) publishes its Newsletter nr 32 - 2, July 2015. Read it here.
Every week on Thursday morning between 12-15 and 12.45, members of RTVD, the Swedish RtD Society, parade the steps of the Riksdag (Parliament) in support of the right to a dignified death.
The Washington State Department of Health yesterday released the 2014 annual report on the implementation of the Washington Death with Dignity Act. The figures underscore not only that only a small number of people use the law, but also that the Washington Death with Dignity Act continues to work flawlessly and provides ease of mind and relief to Washingtonians facing the end of life. In 2014, 176 terminally ill Washington residents received a prescription under the Act to help hasten their death. This is a 2% increase over
Final Exit Network published their Newsletter August 2015. Read it here.
A Californian emergency physician writes down his experiences with the death of his father after a devastating stroke. Chris Stookey: "Though death by terminal dehydration was preferable to a drawn out death in the ICU or in a nursing home, death by dehydration was nonetheless a less than ideal way to die. My father would have preferred
Based on the real life experience of the author's late father and herself, Ilanna S. Mandel wants to honour that journey, as well as support the cause of dying with dignity. Ilanna and her team request that you take a look at their campaign and view the project. If you feel comfortable with doing so, they ask that you support what they seek to achieve.
Visit the link to their project.
End-of-Life Choice VES New Zealand has been gathering signatures on a petition to the Parliament to legalise assisted dying. Since the start in March 9000 individuals signed the petition presented by Maryan Street (one of the initiators of NZ Bill) and matt Vickers (husband of late Lecretia Seales) to the NZ Parliament. See the report of it here.