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Hannah Easdown

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Hannah is responsible for assisting the policy and research team, making sure the campaign is using the best possible research to change the law on assisted dying.

Hannah developed an interest in the concept of dignity in death while studying a degree in Philosophy which continued while she studied for her Masters in Human Rights. The need for terminally ill patients to have choice over their death was something that was apparent to her from a young age, when her father was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease.

Before joining Dignity in Dying Hannah was involved with Abortion Rights and has a keen interest in bodily autonomy and choice.