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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March 11, 2019 in Recent News

Dame Tariana Turia joins campaign against David Seymour’s euthanasia Bill

NewsHub 10 March 2019 Family First Comment: DefendNZ is a series of documentaries featuring people with a terminal illness or disability. The campaign includes the voices of community leaders, like Former Associate…
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March 7, 2019 in Recent News

What’s happened in Oregon since euthanasia was introduced?

Oregon 2018 assisted suicide report. A record number of assisted deaths. Alex Schadenberg blog - Euthanasia Prevention Coalition  3 March 2019 Family First Comment: Hint: It’s not pretty – and sends…
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January 17, 2019 in Recent News

Twelve Myths About Physician Assisted Suicide and Medical Aid In Dying

MD Magazine 7 July 2018 Family First Comment: An excellent summary... #protect www.rejectassistedsuicide.nz Introduction In an age of “alternative facts,” it’s hard to sort out myth from reality when it comes…
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January 10, 2019 in Recent News

MPs should examine facts on euthanasia, rather than crystal balls

Stuff co.nz 10 January 2019 Family First Comment: Excellent analysis of the euthanasia issue... “Vulnerable people are at an unacceptable risk of wrongful death under laws such as these.” www.Protect.org.nz OPINION: "Prediction…
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