A majority of Australians support voluntary euthanasia, but the family and doctors of the terminally ill are prohibited from helping them find a peaceful end
Imogen Grant relays the key moments from last week’s Euthanasia Debate, held among 2000 people at Sydney’s Town Hall.
When viewed through the lens of personal experience, euthanasia no longer looks like a tokenistic civil right
Rafi Alam puts the proposed euthanasia bill into perspective
By refusing the sick the basic right to die, we condemn the desperate and demean ourselves, writes John Gooding. This piece came third in the 2012 Honi Soit opinion competition, judged by Joe Hildebrand.