By Maxim Institute - 22/01/2018

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Short Cuts to the End of Life Choice Bill

In the lead up to the Tuesday, 6 March deadline for making submissions to Parliament about the End of Life Choice Bill, we’ve prepared a selection of research and resources from our three years of work on the evidence and context around legal euthanasia and assisted suicide.

READ MAXIM INSTITUTE’S SUBMISSION:
Submission to the Justice Select Committee: End of Life Choice Bill

Regardless of your position on these issues, we encourage you to take part in the democratic process and make a submission that reflects your views on this Bill.

KEY POINTS

  1. DEADLINE – All submissions must be sent before 11:59pm, Tuesday, 6 March. 
  2. CONTENT – You can make a submission as long or as short as you would like on the issue and Bill. You may repeat content that you previously submitted to the Health Select Committee inquiry. It is a good idea to specifically reference and respond to the End of Life Choice Bill and its contents.
  3. METHOD: You can submit using the online form on the Parliament website, by emailing the Committee Secretary at ju@parliament.govt.nz, or by post (you do have to pay for postage) to:
    Committee Secretariat
    Justice Committee
    Parliament Buildings
    Wellington

Click the following links for more:
MAKE A SUBMISSION
HOW TO WRITE A GOOD SUBMISSION
READ THE END OF LIFE CHOICE BILL
READ MAXIM INSTITUTE’S SUBMISSION

SHORT CUT GUIDES

Short, easy read summaries of some of the key points from our research on euthanasia

VIDEOS

SHORT CUTS – short, 1-2 minute shareable video content on Facebook and YouTube.

#1 – “Would you still oppose euthanasia if it was a family member who wanted it?” – FB link

#2 – “How easy is it to say someone is likely to die within six months?” – FB link

#3 – “How many people would likely die by euthanasia and assisted suicide in New Zealand?” – FB link

#4 – “How laws can change culture” – FB link

#5 – “The blurred lines between euthanasia and suicide” – FB link

#6 – “Euthanasia is a change for everyone” – FB link

BLOGS

We deserve the whole story on euthanasia laws

The illusion of certainty in the End of Life Choices Bill

What is the number? 

Unrealistic safeguards

A response to David Seymour’s criticism of Maxim Institute’s research on euthanasia

 

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