Seven Christian leaders in the Australian state of Victoria are calling on the premier to reconsider plans to legalise assisted suicide and euthanasia.
16 August 2017
Members of New Zealand’s InterChurch Bioethics Council have made an oral submission to a parliamentary committee on their opposition to assisted suicide.
23 September 2016
In a nod to changing times, the Anglican Church of Canada’s latest report on physician-assisted dying, rather than opposing the practice, recognises it as a reality.
14 June 2016
Nine New Zealand bishops have made a submission to the country’s Parliament urging no change to the law where the “right to die” is concerned. Their intervention follows a similar submission last week from the ecumenical InterChurch Bioethics Council.
02 February 2016
The ecumenical body which advises church members of the “spiritual, ethical and cultural issues connected to biotechnology and related issues” in New Zealand has responded to a government consultation by stressing its opposition to the introduction of “physician-assisted suicide.”
28 January 2016
Church leaders, including the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, have spoken out
11 September 2015
The Lambeth Conference has taken a strong stand against euthanasia, arguing that it should not be "permitted in civil legislation."
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