How we’re campaigning during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Our priority is to keep people safe while continuing to amplify the voices of terminally ill people and their loved ones who continue to be impacted by the UK's broken law on assisted dying.
News and press releases
Arranging my assisted death
A posthumous letter by Alison Woodeson, written as she planned her assisted death in Switzerland. Alison died on 26 September 2019.
Why the BMA should adopt a neutral position on assisted dying
The British Medical Association (BMA) has now launched its survey asking doctors for their opinions on assisted dying.
Do you know what your patients think about assisted dying?
4 in 5 people with advanced or terminal illness think doctors’ organisations should be neutral on or support assisted dying
"I want this new book—and its powerful stories of how our current laws fail people—to prompt more open-minded and constructive conversations about end-of-life choice."@dr_zo believes 'Last Rights' should be required reading for every patient and doctor.https://t.co/I0zAFr2E2d— Dignity in Dying (@dignityindying) October 1, 2020