Sir Michael Cullen supports
End of Life Choice
After being diagnosed with stage four lung cancer earlier this year, Sir Michael Cullen is supporting the End of Life Choice bill.
He sat down with Kanoa to chat about the decision that Kiwis are facing.
We’re voting YES in
the End of Life Choice referendum
At the General Election on 17 October, you will be asked to vote on whether terminally ill New Zealanders, who meet strict criteria, can request medical help to end their lives.
To make up your mind, you need the facts. Yes for Compassion provides up-to-date, accurate and factual information about the End of Life Choice Act in the lead up to the 2020 referendum.
You can also read more about the referendum on the government’s website here.
Lecretia Seales 1973-2015 campaigned for end of life choice in New Zealand.
What is the proposed law?
Why support legal change?
Even with excellent hospice and palliative care, all suffering cannot be relieved.
We support the End of Life Choice Act because:
- Terminally ill New Zealanders should have the choice to end their suffering on their own terms.
- Dying people need control at the end of life, to die peacefully with loved ones around them.
- We want to live in a compassionate society where we trust fellow Kiwis to know what’s right for them.
Help us change the law
How do other New Zealanders feel about the End of Life Choice Act?
Kiwis from all walks of life are voting YES at the End of Life Choice referendum in October. Hear their stories and find out why they need your YES.
Bobbie needs your YES
Hi, I’m Bobbie and I’m living with cancer. Watch my video to hear why I need your YES on 17 October.
David wants a choice
Hi, I’m David and I have a terminal illness. Please watch my video and hear why I want choice at the end of my life.
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