Canada Chooses Compassion over Convention

by Matthew Bulger

International affairs suffered quite the shock this past week as the United Kingdom confounded expert opinion by leaving the European Union, spreading panic through... Read More

Can a Child Choose the Right to Die?

by Matthew Bulger

For years, the American Humanist Association and countless humanists across the country have advocated for the right of people with terminal illnesses or who... Read More

Is Dying a Pro-Choice Issue? The Right-to-Die Movement Gains National Attention

by Tone Stockenström

“In a spirit of compassion for all, this manifesto proclaims that every competent adult has the incontestable right to humankind’s ultimate civil and personal... Read More

It’s About Choice Activists and leaders gather in Chicago to discuss end-of-life issues

by Tone Stockenström

“It’s about choice and I want to have it, exclaimed Carolyn Almen, who was attending the World Federation of Right to Die Societies conference... Read More

Is Death more Dignified in Western Europe?

by Nicklas Jansler

In 2002 Belgium legalized the right to euthanasia (defined as the act of killing someone painlessly, especially to relieve suffering from an incurable illness)... Read More