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European Division of WFRtDS

Interested in more news on the Right to Die? ERGO circulates on a regular basis an electronic newslist with news from around the world.

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2 NOVEMBER WORLD RIGHT TO DIE DAY

 

Since the Paris WF Conference in 2008, 2 November is celebrated as World Right to Die Day. In a number of countries other than in France, this day will be held. Information will follow here soon.

Interested in organizing? In need of support? Contact the Executive Director   

August 2016 Newsletter Final Options Illinois published
Aug 8, 2016

August 2016 Newsletter Final Options Illinois published - to be read here.

Another 'go' at aid-in-dying legislation in Ireland
Aug 7, 2016

Minister of State for Innovation John Halligan says he believes in assisted suicide and would help someone if they were terminally ill and in pain. The Independent Waterford TD has written an assisted suicide Bill which he hopes will be introduced shortly. “The objective of the Bill is that people who are terminally ill, who will die within six months, who are going through

ADMD-B publishes its Newsletter no 140
Aug 7, 2016

ADMD-B publishes its Newsletter no 140 (in French only).

UK House of Lords receives new Bill (42)
Aug 7, 2016

James Leonard Park, advocate of the right-to-die, made us aware of a new UK initiative in the House of Lords: Bill 42, 2016-2017. On his website (worth visiting: a good source for information!) he has reformatted the text of this Bill for easier reading on computer screens and added comments.

The World Federation

The World Federation, founded in 1980, consists of 51 right to die organizations from 22 countries. The Federation provides an international link for organizations working to secure or protect the rights of individuals to self-determination at the end of their lives.

Joining Information

If you are interested in inquiring about or even acquiring - as a Society -  membership, please read the Joining information and complete the application-form in it. 

Official languages

The official language of the WFRtDS is English, reason why information on this site is mainly published in that language. Where available or applicable, some information is also published in other languages (French, German or Spanish). 

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