Reject Assisted Suicide

Say No to Euthanasia in New Zealand

20 Reasons To Vote NO

Here’s 20 great reasons why you should tick the NO box in the upcoming referendum on legalising euthanasia. Nothing in the proposed law guarantees the protection required for
vulnerable people, including the disabled, elderly, depressed or anxious, and those who feel themselves to be a burden or who are under financial pressure. Don’t let New Zealand make a euthanasia / assisted suicide mistake.

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.

DOWNLOAD PDF of the “20 Reasons to Vote No to Euthanasia in 2020”

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August 12, 2020 in Recent News

Kiwi scientist Sean Davison struck off over role in assisted deaths in South Africa

Stuff 11 August 2020 Family First Comment: Good decision. This is why assisted suicide is never safe “Davison admitted administering Burger a lethal concoction of drugs, “placing a bag over…
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August 11, 2020 in Recent News

Euthanasia referendum: Terminal cancer patient reveals why she’s against legalising assisted dying

NewsHub 10 August 2020 Family First Comment: Thank you Vicki for your powerful and brave voice! “Vicki Walsh was told in June 2011 her brain cancer diagnosis was terminal and she…
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August 7, 2020 in Recent News

Euthanasia referendum: An oncologist’s perspective

Stuff 6 August 2020 Family First Comment: An excellent commentary - from someone who is intimately involved in this issue.... “The other day I phoned a patient to discuss…
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August 7, 2020 in Recent News

Auckland 4-year-old ‘thriving’ a year after being given just weeks to live

Stuff 5 August 2020 A year ago, Olivia Clark didn’t think she would get to celebrate another Christmas or birthday with her young daughter. Four-year-old Luna was born with hypoplastic left…
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