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Toronto filmmaker Nadine Pequeneza’s documentary on assisted death, Road to Mercy, is a deep, aching, finely drawn film. It explores the issue through a series of intimate individual portraits of patients seeking assisted death, the loved ones coming to terms with their decision, and
Dying with Dignity Victoria publishes its newsletter Update no 175 (spring 2016 edition). Read it here.
DMD Colombia published its Bolletin no 61 (Spanish only). Read it here in PDF.
Waiting for “the die-medicine”
Three months after California’s Death with Dignity Act took effect on June 9, there are still ”challenges getting everyone up to speed” said spokesman, Sean Crowley. The state Department of Public Health, which will track the number of Californians who
The New Zealand Green Party has released their ‘Medically-Assisted Dying policy’, aka their proposals on euthanasia, in a brief description:
End-of-Life Washington publishes its (summer) Newsletter of September 2016. Read it here.
Le Collège des médecins du Québec doit rencontrer vendredi des membres de la Commission sur les soins de fin de vie (CSFV) pour tenter de trouver un terrain d’entente et réduire l’imbroglio dans lequel sont plongés les médecins depuis que la loi fédérale et des directives ministérielles ont modifié les conditions dans lesquels un patient peut obtenir l’aide à mourir.
Andrew Denton's Podcast Better of Dead can be listened to here. In these podcasts he investigates the stories, moral arguments and individuals woven into discussions about why good people are dying bad deaths in Australia – because there is no law to help them. The podcasts also cover stories and interviews from
Malcolm Hurwitt, who has died aged 91, was known for his lifelong passion for the law and for law reform connected to human rights. His main legal interests throughout these years encompassed mental health and civil liberties. From the mid-1980s he focused on the right-to-die