Euthanasia in Tasmania - Assisted suicide in Tasmania - Dying with Dignity in Tasmania

     
Viewpoints
Viewpoints from eminent Tasmanians...
Viewpoints

Eminent Tasmanians share their professional opinions on the harms and risks to individuals and society associated with any removal of the legal prohibition on euthanasia and assisted suicide in Tasmania

Professional perspectives
Legal viewpoints

Tasmanian legal practitioners and academics explore the issue of patient rights and the threat to the community in removing long standing legal protections

Legal viewpoints

Advocates speak out on the risks to the vulnerable in our community; the rise of elder abuse and messaging to persons with disabilities

Medical viewpoints

Tasmanian doctors and specialists refute the claim that euthanasia is already occurring and clear up misconceptions around patient choice, pain management and dying

Philosophical viewpoints

Leading Tasmanian philosophers reflect on the dignity of all humans, the concept of autonomy and the fact that the dignity of the human person is not bound to their ability to be autonomous

Other viewpoints

Other lectures, articles, and interviews highlighting the risks to individuals and society associated with the removal of the legal prohibition on euthanasia and assisted suicide in Tasmania

Viewpoints

Viewpoints on euthanasia and assisted suicide from eminent Tasmanians