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Former Euthanasia Advocate Speaks Out About Dangers Of End Of Life Choice Act

Friday, 16 October 2020, 8:41 am | Safer Future Charitable Trust

Claire Freeman was in a car accident at 17 and became a tetraplegic. She became very suicidal. “There is this underlying assumption that people like me aren’t of value” she says. “I was extremely suicidal. The resounding feedback I got, ... More >>

“A Moral Obligation To Speak Out”: A Dying Man’s Referendum Wish

Thursday, 15 October 2020, 10:49 am | Safer Future Charitable Trust

Raymond Mok was told he wouldn’t live past his early twenties. He defied that prognosis by years, passing away at the end of August at age 34 – not due to his condition, but due to complications arising from an infection in an Auckland hospital. ... More >>

Slippery Slope In Action: Dutch Parliament Moves Towards Allowing Euthanasia For Children Under 12

Thursday, 15 October 2020, 8:51 am | Safer Future Charitable Trust

Today the National Review reported the Netherlands is likely to make euthanasia legal for terminally-ill children aged between one and 12 after the coalition government backed the move. "As New Zealanders head to the voting booths we must consider ... More >>

Terminal Mother Asks NZers To Vote "No"

Monday, 12 October 2020, 3:58 pm | Safer Future Charitable Trust

“You’re not just voting on a law; you’re voting on whether you should kill someone like me. What you say in this referendum influences how I think about myself” states a terminally ill woman. Since 2011, Vicki Walsh has lived with the diagnosis ... More >>

Electoral Commission Slow To Respond To Votesafe.nz

Thursday, 8 October 2020, 4:39 pm | Safer Future Charitable Trust

The Electoral Commission has not yet responded to a request for confirmation that votesafe.nz had no involvement in their flyers being found in some EasyVote packs. More than a dozen people have received copies of the votesafe.nz flyer inside their ... More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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