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Facebook group The Right to Die started
Apr 29, 2018

James Park, from USA, started Facebook group The Right to Die. On which items can be published an discussed from all angles of the debate on end of life decisions.

Newsletter Dutch society De Einder April 2018 published
Apr 29, 2018

Dutch RtD group De Einder published its April 2018 Newsletter (in Dutch). You can read it here.

Colombia regulates the right of boys, girls and adolescents (NNA) to die through euthanasia
Apr 29, 2018

The Ministry of Health, ordered by the Constitutional Court, has recently issued a resolution in which it regulates the right of boys, girls and adolescents (NNA) to die through euthanasia (NNA). In this new regulation, the minor,

Newsupdate from DWD Canada 13 April 2018
Apr 29, 2018

News update of 13 April 2018 from DWD Canada published. Read it here.

Macron encourages French bishops to speak out on bioethics
Apr 29, 2018

In a speech beginning April 2018 that garnered both criticism and praise, French President Emmanuel Macron told a gathering of Catholic bishops that they should not be afraid to contribute to public debate, saying

End-of-Life Choice NZ published its April 2018 Newsletter Issue 50
Apr 29, 2018

End-of-Life Choice NZ published its April 2018 Newsletter Issue 50. You can read it here.

EXIT International published its April 2018 Newsletter
Apr 29, 2018

EXIT International published its April 2018 Newsletter. Read it here.

ADMD Belgium publishes its Newsletter, 1rst quarter 2018, no 147
Apr 29, 2018

ADMD Belgium publishes its Newsletter, 1rst quarter 2018, no 147. Read it here (in French only).

Clarification on USA legal situation
Apr 12, 2018

Following the success in Hawai'i, now 8 jurisdictions in the USA allow physician-assisted dying. Washington DC - being a district - has a law, enacted by the City Council, which has not been overruled by Congress. Currently 6 states

Hawai'i now seventh state in USA with assisted dying statute
Apr 6, 2018

After the parliamentary debates (in commissions and both chambers), on 5 April the last step was taken: Hawai‘i Governor David Ige signed the Our Care, Our Choice Act into law.
The law will go into effect on January 1, 2019.

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