The Charlie Gard case concerns a young British child with a very rare genetic condition that has currently left him unable to move, breathe or eat on his own. His parents wanted to take him to the United States for experimental treatment but his London doctors, believing he has suffered enough, wanted to turn off … Continue reading Lisa Blumberg: What Principles Should Govern Charlie Gard’s Case?
NDY UK’s Press Release on the July 17 court proceeding includes a powerful statement on the issues from a disability rights perspective. www.notdeadyetuk.org ********PRESS RELEASE: 16 JULY 2017 @ 14:00 ******** __________________________________ DISABLED AND TERMINALLY ILL PEOPLE INTERVENE TO STOP NEW ATTEMPT TO LEGALISE ASSISTED SUICIDE Lawyers acting for Not Dead Yet UK will go … Continue reading NDY UK Intervenes in Noel Conway Assisted Suicide Case
NDY activists from across the state rallied Tuesday, May 30th on a cold and rainy afternoon outside the New York Court of Appeals. The friend-of-the-court brief filed by NDY and joined by ten other national and state Disability Rights Amici was mentioned twice during oral argument in the case, favorably, by counsel for the Attorney … Continue reading NY Court of Appeals Rally – Two Photos and Coverage
For Immediate Release: May 30, 2017 Contacts: Diane Coleman 708-420-0539 firstname.lastname@example.org Adam Prizio 518-320-7100 (office) 603-518-4910 (cell) email@example.com Disability rights activists from across the state will rally as the New York Court of Appeals hears oral arguments Tuesday afternoon, May 30th in the Myers v. Schneiderman assisted suicide case. Not Dead Yet led the filing of a Disability Rights friend-of-the-court … Continue reading Press Release: Disability Activists Rally Against Assisted Suicide At NY Court of Appeals
A case pushing New York courts to find a state constitutional right to assisted suicide will be heard in oral argument in the NY Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, next Tuesday, May 30th. Not Dead Yet filed friend-of-the-court briefs, joined by ten other national and New York state disability rights organizations, at both … Continue reading New York’s Assisted Suicide Case To Be Heard on May 30th