The following links are intended to provide Salvationists and friends information on the topic of euthanasia.
Read the Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide talk sheet (PDF, 619KB)
Read the End of Life Choice (EOLC) Bill 2019 - A Simple Guide to Advocacy for this Bill (PDF, 429KB)
Material relating to the MP David Seymour's End of Life Choice Bill (2017):
Material relating to the 2016 Health Select Committee investigation in response to the petition of Maryann Street and 8974 others:
Every Life Research Unit’s analysis of submissions made to the 2016 Health Select Committee's investigation.
Care Alliance analysis of submissions to the 2016 Health Select Committee investigation.
SHORT CUTS 01 // A change for all
SHORT CUTS 02 // Being 'a burden'
SHORT CUTS 03 // The compassionate
SHORT CUTS 04 // What's important
Part 1: Dr. Grant Morris (School of Law, Victoria University)
Part 2: Paul Russell (HOPE: Preventing Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide)
Part 3: Janet Marsland (Voluntary Euthanasia Society of NZ)
Part 4: Anne MacLennan (Palliative Care, Capital & Coast District Health Board)
Part 5: Questions from the audience
The Very Rev. John Murray is a member of the National Committee of the Voluntary Euthanasia Society of New Zealand.
John Kleinsman is Director of The Nathaniel Centre (the NZ Catholic Bioethics Centre).
Dr. Don Mathieson QC has been a Professor of Law at Victoria University of Wellington.
Dr. Anne MacLennan is a specialist in palliative medicine.
Geoff Annals is the Chief Executive of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation.
Speaking for the motion: Dr. Sarah Edelman, Dying with Dignity NSW and Dr. Philip Nitschke, Exit International
Speaking against the motion: Paul Russell, HOPE and Lyle Shelton, Australian Christian Lobby
UNSW Debate Part 1 - Dr Sarah Edelman (11:08)
UNSW Debate Part 2 - Lyle Shelton (10:47)
UNSW Debate Part 3 - Dr Philip Nitschke (15)
UNSW Debate Part 4 - Paul Russell (11:14)
UNSW debate Part 5 - Audience Feedback
Material relating to the MP David Seymour's End of Life Choice Bill (2017) - Salvation Army Response to the bill