Academic Tries to Re-open Discussion

A local Academic has called for the revival of local discussion on whether euthanasia should be allowed.  But as some readers’ comments suggest, the issue is seen as peripheral and irrelevant to an esteemed institution of learning the Australian National University,  currently facing a funding crisis.  It is a wonder how and why people get away with fuelling issues of real interest to so few, but with potential consequences for so many, when their own positions are so potentially tenuous.


About Daniel

I am a man with a disability living in Canberra, Australia. I'm passionate about the lives of people with disabilities - our joys, achievements, sorrows and setbacks. I want to encourage the people who support and love us, and stand firmly against obstacles placed in our way that may even threaten our very existence.
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One Response to Academic Tries to Re-open Discussion

  1. Paul Russell says:

    I saw that article, Daniel. It seems to me that the organisation set up by them is something of a stalking horse for progressive issues.

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