The power of choice

After a marathon session of the Victorian Upper House this week, the Dying with Dignity legislation was narrowly passed, 22 votes to 18.

Time to decide

Rev Peter J Burnham reflects on what 'more time' means for the terminally ill.

Faith traditions unite to oppose assisted dying Bill

In what was described as an unprecedented event, leading Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish and Sikh bodies have jointly signed and delivered a statement to Victoria’s Deputy Premier James Merlino opposing the st

UCA members asked for views on assisted dying

The synod’s Justice and International Mission unit is calling on church members to share their views on voluntary assisted dying as the Victorian government prepares to introduce a Dying with Dignity Bill into parliamen