This category lists organizations that advocate for the right to die. Some groups support only physician assisted dying for competent, terminally ill individuals, while others seek to legalize hastened dying for those who are chronically or mentally (but not necessarily terminally) ill.
An article about Dignitas, a Swiss right to die organization.
An article about the formation of The Kolkata Society for the Right to Die with Dignity in India.
Includes legislation for Arizona, newsletters, events and how to volunteer or donate.
An organization dedicated to the care and rights of terminally ill patients, including those seeking physician aid in dying. The site provides information about their patient, advocacy, and legal activities, as well as a number of resources for dying patients and their families.
Information on U.S. polling, state legislation, the Oregon Death with Dignity Act, and case of Oregon v. Ashcroft.
Lists contact information for right-to-die societies by country.
The campaign to legalize assisted dying for terminally ill, mentally competent adults in the United Kingdom.
Information about advance care planning, patient rights and the right to die including national and international news, and extensive resources relating to pro-euthanasia positions.
Aims to promote appropriate legislation for voluntary euthanasia.
This site provides a number of resources, including advanced directives, articles, a glossary, and information on state laws pertaining to end-of-life choice.
Derek Humphry's United States based non-profit organization, blog and international listserv dedicated to the issues of assisted dying, euthanasia, and the right-to-die movement. Hosts information, essays, video, and articles.
Formerly the Voluntary Euthanasia Research Foundation, it was founded by Dr Philip Nitschke who was a pioneer in administering legal, voluntary euthanasia. Activities include clinics, workshops and research.
US nonprofit organization lists aims such as serving people who are suffering from an intolerable condition.
UK society lists aims such as providing information on all aspects surrounding end of life.
Articles and resources about dying with dignity, events and videos.
Information about the Vermont Death With Dignity Act (2003 legislation that would legalize physician assisted dying in the state) and the Vermont Death With Dignity political action organization.
Seeks equitable access to euthanasia in Canada.
A translation of the Society's site that includes information about Dutch law and court cases, and advance directives.
SAVES' website contains dozens of fact sheets and news articles, information about attempts to change South Australia's law, and advance directives forms.
Lists activities to promote a legal right to request death and invites membership.
Information about the country's laws affecting end-of-life choice, summaries of national and international news, and their response to misrepresentations about hastened dying.
Contains 37 organizational members in 23 countries, with news from around the world as well as comprehensive fact sheets.
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