Reject Assisted Suicide

Say No to Euthanasia in New Zealand

Stop The Bill That Could Stop You

ACT MP David Seymour’s dangerous and flawed bill is currently being considered by Parliament. Learn more about this proposed law change so that you can speak with confidence to your local Member of Parliament and encourage them to vote No.

We’re Speaking Up In The Public Debate

Read our Media Releases which have the common theme of opposing any attempt to legalise assisted suicide / euthanasia in New Zealand, and which call for the provision of the highest quality palliative care to be made available to all New Zealanders.

Killing Me Softly

Professor Rex Ahdar’s report on the history of the euthanasia debate in New Zealand warns of the potential for even greater levels of elder abuse if euthanasia were to be decriminalised in New Zealand.

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April 16, 2019 in Recent News

End of Life Choice Bill report offers only ambiguity for MPs before second reading

Stuff co.nz 16 April 2019 Family First Comment: “Whatever form the law took, creating legal assisted suicide would confront every eligible person with an entirely new question: is my life worth…
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April 16, 2019 in Recent News

Youth worker worried about euthanasia bill’s impact on suicide

Radio NZ News 15 April 2019 Family First Comment: Exactly what we warned about in our Submission.... “Mr Howard said the conversation around dying as a way out remained. He said many…
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April 11, 2019 in Recent News

Euthanasia bill could threaten vulnerable Māori if it becomes law – advocacy group

TVNZ One News 10 April 2019 Family First Comment: Dr Hickey says the bill is not fit for purpose. "We’ve just done a massive fundraising campaign for Mike King’s campaign and…
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April 10, 2019 in Recent News

No agreement and disappointment after lengthy End of Life Choice bill hearing

Stuff co.nz 9 April 2019 Family First Comment: "The committee was given 16 months to study the bill, hear submissions, and try to fix it. They simply couldn't, because it's a…
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