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Signed portrait of Desmond Tutu for sale

Dignity South Africa is putting up for sale a Tutu painting (see here) for raising funds for the organisation of the 2018 World Conference in Cape Town.

Asking price starts at ZAR 50,000 - but bids are welcome up till the Conference at Dignity SA.

Desmond Tutu has often given his outspoken support to the issue and still is one of the important supporters of Dignity South Africa. The details of the painting are:

Artist: Lioda Conrad
Size: 1.2m x 92cm
Medium: Oil and pastel on canvas

When sold Dignity SA will arrange for and pay for the delivery.

WFRtDS Conference 2018

     Biennial WFRtDS Conference

                                       from September 6 to 10 2018

                                       in Cape Town South Africa.

        # ASSISTEDDYING: OUR HUMAN RIGHT IN THE 21st CENTURY.

 

Registrations are still welcome! Visit   Assisted Dying 2018. 

Don't miss the opportunity to visit beautiful Cape Town  and join us!!

Conference program and speakers can be seen here.

Japanese Society JSDD publishes its Newsletter 170
Jul 31, 2018

Japanese Society JSDD publishes its Newsletter 170, Read it here.

English version of Venezolan book published
Jul 28, 2018

The book on Euthanasia published earlier in Spanish, now appeared in English. You can download it here.

Dissertation on evaluation of trends and currently debated issues published in Belgium
Jul 28, 2018

Sigrid Dierickx received her PhD recently in Ghent, Belgium (End-of-Life Care research Group). Her dissertation called Euthanasia practice in Belgium, a population-based evaluation of trends and currently debated issues can be read and downloaded  here in PDF format.

The aim of the dissertation was to provide population-based evidence on general trends in euthanasia practice in Belgium

End-of-Life Choice New Zealand published its Newsletter issue 51
Jul 28, 2018

End-of-Life Choice New Zealand published its Newsletter issue 51. Read it here.



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