There is a very strong case that existing New Zealand law does not preclude a doctor providing a mentally competent, terminally ill patient with the means to achieve a peaceful death, according to a University of Otago law professor and a US lawyer well known for advocacy for such patients.
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I am grateful that you are taking the time to visit the DRLC’s newly revamped, revitalized and reinvigorated website.
It has been a labor of love, with a huge dose of commitment and effort by DRLC staff. We have a new platform so we can make changes ourselves, personalize our pages, and update you with our legal news and news of our activities. We are constantly striving to make this website state of the art on accessibility.
We want this to be a living, breathing site that you’ll want to come back to for information, ideas and commentary about disability civil rights, and how disability can and should be integrated seamlessly into our thinking and consciousness.
DRLC is at the forefront of the disability rights movement because we believe that change is possible and we work to ensure that vision of change. It’s not enough to believe but we have to act on our beliefs. On this website you will find new legal rights materials, our blogs, thoughts and activities to promote change, and our celebrations of our victories and those of our friends, colleagues and allies.
And this website, along with our other communication such as our Facebook page, our weekly Good News Report, and our quarterly Cancer Chronicle, will inform you about our work to eliminate discrimination and unconscious bias that harms the dignity and the lives of our clients, and our achievements in the fight to advance the rights of people with disabilities.
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