Read about the RISKS of the End of Life Choice Act 2019 before you Vote in the Referendum on 17th October 2020. Click here to read the document as a PDF.
Click here to read the article. “The End of Life Choice Referendum requires us to vote for or against the 2019 Act coming into force…Many statements, comments and perspectives have been presented and it can be confusing for us to weigh them and come to a yes/no conclusion. ” The main benefit of assisted dying has been described as “complement[ing] the limitations of palliative care when suffering can no longer …Read More
Opinion Piece by Grant Illingworth QC The New Zealand public will shortly be asked to decide whether to give health workers the authority to assist terminally ill people to die. Many people, including now Sir Michael Cullen, think it’s a good idea to give people who are terminally ill a choice about how to end their lives. As New Zealanders, we like the idea of having a choice. We also …Read More
“Glenn’s doctors gave him a prognosis of six months to live three times over a period of nearly nine years. Prognosis cannot only be a little off, it can be flat out wrong. Would euthanasia have been legal, Glenn could have ended his life with years still left ahead of him. He would have missed out on so much, as would his wife and young daughter.” When prognosis is wrong …Read More
Watch this powerful video! A Kiwi doctor explains why he stopped doing abortions and why he thinks the New Zealand Government’s Abortion Legislation Bill 2019 is dangerous for unborn children. Hear the truth about the reality of abortion including late term abortions, the risks and harms of abortion to the mother, the importance of the heartbeat, foetal pain, the age of viability, and NZ’s close connection to operative procedures performed …Read More
The Proposed Abortion Legislation Dr Catherine Hallagan, spokesperson for the New Zealand Health Professionals Alliance is hugely disappointed at the proposed Abortion Legislation Bill released by Cabinet today. Dr Hallagan says that Abortion must remain in the Crimes Act because, at some point, killing a child is a crime. It should remain a crime to kill a baby in utero, unless the grounds for abortion are met as defined in …Read More
POWERFUL: Top Irish Obstetrician Dr Trevor Hayes says he and other prolife doctors will not be bullied or forced into performing or facilitating abortion. He asks if politicians who are attacking prolife doctors would be willing to perform an abortion themselves. #WeStandforLife