Concerns about introducing euthanasia in New South Wales, as expressed by Minister for Ageing John Ajaka MLC, were shared by many in the community, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
This is my last blog for 2016. I’ll be on leave from Wednesday.
The Andrews Government’s desire to be the first State Government to legalise euthanasia should be resisted by all Victorians valuing the dignity of human life, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Medical Association’s position statement on euthanasia, released today, delivers a clear rejection of euthanasia and a helpful clarification of how assisted suicide fundamentally differs from palliative care, the Australian Christian Lobby said.
This week on Voice for Values we discussed several successes with two major ethical issues facing Australians: euthanasia and the sexualisation of children.
How we care for people, especially the elderly, the vulnerable and those who are suffering terminal illness says a lot about us as a society.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed this morning’s narrow defeat of the latest attempt to legalise assisted suicide.
South Australian Speaker of the Parliament and Labor MP, Michael Atkinson, discusses the current euthanasia bill before parliament this week.
Claims by proponents of a new South Australian euthanasia bill that it was possible to provide adequate safeguards to protect the aged and vulnerable are disingenuous and do not reflect what is occurring in jurisdictions where state-sanctioned suicide exists, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
Despite extensive lobbying by celebrities, advocacy by the disabled, who have the most to lose through euthanasia, has won the day in South Australia.
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