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The Department of Architecture & Design at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York has an exhibition with the name SAFE: Design takes on Risk from October 16, 2005 to January 2, 2006.
SAFE presents about 300 objects and prototypes designed in order to protect the body and the mind from dangerous or stressful situations; prevent and respond to emergency; and provide a sense of comfort and safety. It will be the first design exhibition to take place at MoMA’s new building, accompani3d by a catalogue with several essays and plates illustrating the subject.
A more objective look on the Terry Schiavo case from a legal point of view.
The latest developments on assisted dying in Europe.
Frances Coombe - President of the South Australian Voluntary Euthanasia Society - reacts to the passing of The Criminal Code Amendment (Suicide Related Material Offences) Bill 2005.
Taken from the World Right-to-Die Newsletter issue no. 46, Januray 2005.
Lesley Martin, a nurse who helped her terminally ill mother to die with an injection of morphine and described it in her book, To Die Like a Dog, was convicted of attempted murder and is serving a 15 month sentence in a New Zealand prison.
Elke Baezner (President), EXIT Deutsche Schweiz
Deborah Annetts, VES UK
Ans Baars, NVVE
Hugh Wynne, FATE
Karen Sanders, VES UK
Executive support: Rob Jonquière, NVVE
Secretariat: Kitty Jager, NVVE
Editors: Ann Beaton, Rob Jonquière, Kitty Jager
Prepared by Ann Beaton, European Research worker RtD-Europe
(based at the Voluntary Euthanasia Society of England and Wales, London)
By Jacqueline Herremans, ADMD, Belgium / Vice-President, World Federation of Right-to-Die Societies
Relevant is the quarterly magazine of the NVVE. This is the English summary of the issue of June 2007.
ERGO (Euthanasia Research and Guidance Organization), a nonprofit Oregon educational corporation, USA, has opened a new online bookstore supplying books and documents on hastened death.