Euthanasia: we can live without it
"obfuscating the facts and displaying bias does not contribute to the sum total of public understanding in any meaningful way"
Melbourne Academic and writer, Shakira Hussein expalins why euthanasia threatens people living with disability.
"Progress can never be achieved if you are travelling down the wrong road."
There’s been a great deal of media around Senator Di Natale’s talk of a national euthanasia law. That’s understandable: it is the first of its kind and will clearly generate significant debate.
"I wish with all my heart that... disability activist and euthanasia opponent Stella Young were still here to give him the good hard kick up the arse that he so royally deserves for his patronising exclusion of disabled voices."
"A person self-administering voluntary euthanasia (sic) may be assisted by such persons as he or she thinks fit."
The Australian Newspaper today told another story of a family grieving at the losss of a loved one mixed up with Exit International.
"If you want to know why euthanasia is dangerous for disability rights check out this comment on an article on welfare reform on ABC online today"
With the London Olympics coming to a close and the questions about Australia’s overall lack of performance against high expectations, two South Australian MPs look certain to make sure that at least one Australian state holds a world record.
In a surprise move, the euthanasia bill proposed by backbencher, Steph Key MP passed through the SA lower house ‘on the voices’ today. We need to act quickly and decisively to put a stop to this latest threat.
Only 24 hours before the Parnell Bill is set for debate in the SA Upper House, John Hill casts doubts upon effectiveness of Parnell Bill.
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