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…
This speech weaves three strands of my experiences in the Dying with Dignity movement; the personal, political and intellectual.
The Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory are again calling on the Federal Government to restore the rights of our jurisdictions to legislate on the issue of voluntary assisted dying.
A petition to Federal Parliament to prepare a referendum to change the wording of Section 122 of the Constitution to enable Australian Territory’s to make their own laws on the same basis as an Australian State.
Another informative newsletter, including this year’s meeting dates and most importantly a call to complete our survey by clicking here
The ACT Policy Advisory Group (PAG) of National Seniors Australia’s ACT membership undertook a survey of its ACT members in late 2019 to determine their attitudes towards Voluntary Assisted Dying.