Category: <span>Bulletins</span>

Bulletin 27

In this final Bulletin for 2021 I hope to pull together some of the events that have occurred this year and to draw some conclusions for you about what they might mean for the future of the Dying with Dignity movement in the ACT. Earlier this year Minister Tara Cheyne…

Bulletin 26

Please find following a couple articles, one from the Right to Die newsletter from the US and one from the President of DWDNSW. I have reproduced in full the article from Colombia which was reprinted in the Right to Die Newsletter because it highlights my main concern about all the…

Bulletin 25

Jane Morris of Media Watch has presented her readers with such a comprehensive coverage of the Queensland vote for their VAD legislation that I have decided to copy it in full for you rather than condense it. The things I draw from her report to note is that the legislation…

Bulletin 24

The DWDACT committee has decided to cancel the two remaining meetings scheduled for this year i.e., the September 16 committee meeting and the General Meeting on October 21. It seems foolish to attempt meetings in circumstances we face with Covid 19, lockdowns and face masks. We are looking at alternative…

Bulletin 20

Members, meeting dates for this year are in this Bulletin . Please put them in your diary keeping in mind that the 24th of October may be subject to change if our guest speaker cannot make that date. Notices will be sent in advance of the meetings.

Bulletin 19

This 2018 year is ending ambiguously for the ACT Dying with Dignity movement. The pursuit of Federal politicians in Australia to justify their passing the Euthanasia Laws Act which began in April 2 years ago has born some fruit at the international level.

Bulletin 18

This Bulletin must begin with an apology. Due to my absence in South Africa at the World Federation of Right to Die Conference we omitted to inform you that the Public Meeting we thought we could organize in September had to be cancelled due to various speakers we approached not being available on that day. I believe some members went to the Grant
Cameron Community Centre thinking that there would be a meeting.

Bulletin 17

The last few weeks have been tumultuous. Today we have a new Prime Minister and it is very likely we’ll have an election within the next six months. It’s therefore important that we focus our minds on the very clear information given to us by the votes given by the Senate for or against the Restoring Territory Rights Bill.