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New Zealand birth rate lowest ever recorded

New Zealand birth rate lowest ever recorded

2020 has seen New Zealand’s lowest birth rate on record according to latest statistics. New Zealand’s total fertility rate fell in 2020 down to 1.61 births per woman compared to 1.72 in 2019. This rate is well below the population replacement rate of 2.1. In 2020,...

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New moves to introduce pro-life law to Croatia underway

New moves to introduce pro-life law to Croatia underway

Politicians in Croatia have begun procedures to introduce strong pro-life legislation into the country that aims to protect life from conception. Currently, the law permits abortion up until 10 weeks’ gestation and allows abortion after that point in limited...

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spain’s Congress of Deputies, the lower house of Spain’s legislative body, has voted in favour of legalising euthanasia by a vote of 198-138. On Thursday 17th December, the Spanish Parliament took the country one step closer to making euthanasia and assisted suicide...

Belgian doctors under investigation for illegal euthanasia

Belgian doctors under investigation for illegal euthanasia

Around ten cases of supposed illegal euthanasia are being investigated in Belgium after allegations were received through an anonymous letter to the public prosecutor. The public prosecutor in Leuven is investigating cases of euthanasia which may not have been carried...

New moves to introduce pro-life law to Croatia underway

New moves to introduce pro-life law to Croatia underway

Politicians in Croatia have begun procedures to introduce strong pro-life legislation into the country that aims to protect life from conception. Currently, the law permits abortion up until 10 weeks’ gestation and allows abortion after that point in limited...

New Zealand birth rate lowest ever recorded

New Zealand birth rate lowest ever recorded

2020 has seen New Zealand’s lowest birth rate on record according to latest statistics. New Zealand’s total fertility rate fell in 2020 down to 1.61 births per woman compared to 1.72 in 2019. This rate is well below the population replacement rate of 2.1. In 2020,...

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Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

A Canadian hospice has said that it is being forced to lay off clinical staff and faces eviction because those operating the hospice have refused to participate in euthanasia of their patients. The 10-bed Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner, British Columbia, is run by the...

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Belgium euthanasia law broken, says academic study

Belgium euthanasia law broken, says academic study

A recently published article in an academic journal has found a “widening” scope and failing safeguards in the provision of euthanasia in Belgium. The article, “Euthanasia in Belgium: Shortcomings of the Law and Its Application and of the Monitoring of Practice”,...

Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

A Canadian hospice has said that it is being forced to lay off clinical staff and faces eviction because those operating the hospice have refused to participate in euthanasia of their patients. The 10-bed Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner, British Columbia, is run by the...

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spain’s Congress of Deputies, the lower house of Spain’s legislative body, has voted in favour of legalising euthanasia by a vote of 198-138. On Thursday 17th December, the Spanish Parliament took the country one step closer to making euthanasia and assisted suicide...

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Belgium euthanasia law broken, says academic study

Belgium euthanasia law broken, says academic study

A recently published article in an academic journal has found a “widening” scope and failing safeguards in the provision of euthanasia in Belgium. The article, “Euthanasia in Belgium: Shortcomings of the Law and Its Application and of the Monitoring of Practice”,...

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Legalising home abortions would be a step back for medicine

Legalising home abortions would be a step back for medicine

When the health secretary published the “approval of a class of places” provisions under the Abortion Act last March, he ushered in the greatest change to the law since the legislation was enacted in 1967. And within the last week, the Royal College of Obstetricians...

Legal euthanasia makes killing the norm, not the exception

Legal euthanasia makes killing the norm, not the exception

Campaigners plan a new move to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland this year. The Netherlands, which legalised euthanasia in 2001, should offer a cautionary tale. My country expected a fall in backdoor euthanasia and the stopping of incremental extension by pinning...

Will Northern Ireland end discriminatory abortions?

Will Northern Ireland end discriminatory abortions?

There are two contemporary preoccupations that are effectively at odds in the abortion laws of Britain and Northern Ireland. One principle is that a woman’s right to have an abortion must always be accommodated and celebrated. The other is that the diversity we are...

Legalising home abortions would be a step back for medicine

Legalising home abortions would be a step back for medicine

When the health secretary published the “approval of a class of places” provisions under the Abortion Act last March, he ushered in the greatest change to the law since the legislation was enacted in 1967. And within the last week, the Royal College of Obstetricians...