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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November 14, 2019 in Recent News

Assisted Suicide / Euthanasia – How they voted (3rd Reading)

The Campaign To PROTECT has now been launched. The 3rd and final reading of the assisted suicide / euthanasia bill happened last night. The only way the liberals were able…
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November 13, 2019 in Recent News

Why I oppose the End of Life Choice Bill, in plain English

Stuff co.nz 13 November 2019 Family First Comment: A superb summation of why politicians should vote NO to assisted suicide. But are they listening? 1 No protection from coercion 2 Broader…
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October 29, 2019 in Recent News

World Medical Association Reaffirms Opposition To Euthanasia And Physician-Assisted Suicide

World Medical Association 26 October 2019 Family First Comment: ‘The WMA reiterates its strong commitment to the principles of medical ethics and that utmost respect has to be maintained for human…
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October 22, 2019 in Recent News

What Labour will worry about with a euthanasia referendum

Stuff co.nz 21 October 2019| Family First Comment: “Conservative lobby groups such as Family First already have plenty to do campaigning against abortion law reform and the cannabis referendum pinned to go…
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