Send your message to the NSW Parliament today: Protect vulnerable people by rejecting this dangerous bill

It’s vital to make your voice heard – by sending a message to your local Member of Parliament today to stop the deadly Greenwich Bill legalising euthanasia and assisted suicide in NSW.

The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021 (Greenwich Bill) released by Alex Greenwich MP is much more dangerous than previous proposals... as it removes many protections that were present in the 2017 Bill that was rejected by the NSW Parliament:

For example, the doctors signing off on someone’s death don’t even need to meet and examine the patient in-person; they can sign-off on a patient’s death via telehealth.  The Greenwich Bill requires no mental health assessment of the patient, and no mandatory reporting to the coroner. There are many more concerns about this bill that put vulnerable people at great risk.

Using the form below, please write an urgent letter directly to the NSW Parliament  – it will only take a few minutes for you to help bring hope and save lives.

Things you need to know:

  • The salutation at the start and your name at the end will both be appended automatically. Please don't add these to the letter below, e.g. please do not address the email “Dear NSW Parliament”.
  • When you complete your name and address in the box below, your email will be directed to the NSW Parliament members.
  • You’ll see the email pre-populated with information which will help you kick-start your email.
  • Be concise and respectful.

Thank you for standing up for the vulnerable and joining in collective action to defend life.