A matter of dignity? End-of-life legislation in Europe

Is it a liberal right to be able to decide for yourself when to end your life? Is it the duty of doctors to assist those who choose that enough is enough? What can be done to make the final stages of life better for those who see no other way out than death? At a discussion hosted by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, panelists and audience grappled with these and other questions surrounding end-of-life legislation. As European countries such as the UK, France and Germany struggle to refine their position on end-of-life legislation, countries such as Switzerland and Belgium offer a wealth of experience to draw from.
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