When an anti-euthanasia speaker at a doctors' conference is prevented from speaking, you know that something is very wrong.
The development of the idea and then the availability of euthanasia for psychiatric reasons is something that few people, if any, could have foreseen. Yet it is now starting to be seriously considered in many places that have legalized euthanasia.
The voluntary euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke announced the launch of Exit Action on Sunday morning, describing the new organisation as a subgroup of Exit International, which campaigns, runs workshops and distributes information on voluntary euthanasia. Read more >>
A document from the Australian Medical Association outlines its position on end of life care, and on euthanasia and physician assisted suicide. Read more >>
Australian euthanasia activist, Philip Nitschke, has established a political action group to pressure governments to legalize euthanasia without restrictions. Read more >>