Irish woman loses Supreme Court Appeal that challenged the ban on assisted suicide in Ireland

  The following article was written by the Campaign Director of the Care Not Killing Alliance and published on  Continue reading

REALDignity Tasmania slams Australia 21 Report

  This media release today from : Continue reading

Your right to die impacts everyone's right to live

  The following column was printed in the Calgary Herald Continue reading

Historian Götz Aly: Victims of Nazi Euthanasia 'Have Been Forgotten' Part 1

  German historian Götz Aly is an expert on euthanasia during the Nazi era. In a SPIEGEL interview, he discusses why many accepted the murder of the handicapped and mentally ill, and how his own daughter has shaped his views on how the disabled should be treated today.  Continue reading

Historian Götz Aly: Victims of Nazi Euthanasia 'Have Been Forgotten' Part 2

  Here is part 2 of a two part interview in Speigel Online International Continue reading

Australia 21 think tank recommends legislative change on euthanasia & assisted suicide

  Straight from the 'I-could-have-told-you-so' files, the think tank, Australia21, released its report and recommendations following their 'round table' discussions held in January this year.  Continue reading

10% of 'older adults' experience Elder Abuse - USA report

  The increasing phenomenon of Elder Abuse is being linked to higher rates of hospitalization in the USA:  Continue reading

Peak National Disability Group raises concerns about Euthanasia Bill in SA

  The Peak National Disability group,  recently raised their concerns about The Hon Bob Such's Ending Life with Dignity Bill currently being debated in the South Australian Parliament. Continue reading

Autonomy or automatons? (or 'autonomy anomaly'?)

  The article seems a little confused about precisely what kind of directives should or should not be considered to be binding; some comments in the article seem to suggest that the bind should be total; that all directives should be obeyed.  Continue reading