We need you to take action to change the law

If you believe that no dying person should be forced to suffer against their wishes and that the law should change on assisted dying then please act now.

Here are three ways you can act against suffering.

How to vocalise your support

Like our Facebook page. Sharing our posts on Facebook is a great way to raise awareness of the campaign for greater choice at1 the end of life. Why not head over to Facebook and share this now?

Follow us on Twitter. Like Facebook, Twitter is a great way to stay up to date with the campaign and with many Politicians and journalists being on Twitter the larger our following the better.

Join a group – There are several groups campaigning with us to change the law you can get involved with. Including our local groups of grass roots campaigners, Healthcare Professionals for Assisted Dying who advocate for the medical case for change and Disabled Activists for Dignity in Dying who called the misconceptions around the views of people with disabilities on assisted dying. There is also a group specifically for religious leaders, Inter Faith Leaders for Dignity in Dying who challenge other religious leaders to contemplate the religious case for assisted dying.

Join the campaign or donate

Dignity in Dying is dedicated to changing the law to put patient choice and the wishes of the individual at the heart of end of life legislation.
We are funded entirely by voluntary donations so any contribution that you can make has a meaningful impact on our work.

Join as a member – We have a range of membership options including Joint Membership, Young Person Membership (18-25).

Donate – you can make a donation to the campaign here.

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