The Care Alliance brings together organisations and individuals who want to nurture better conversations about dying in Aotearoa New Zealand. All members of the Alliance share an understanding that a compassionate and ethical response to suffering does not include euthanasia and assisted suicide.

A critical issue facing the Alliance is David Seymour’s End of Life Choice Bill which had its first reading in Dec 2017. We encourage you to learn more about the Bill.

Latest News

What does euthanasia mean for those who want to live?

What does euthanasia mean for those who want to live?

by James Eglinton, The Sunday Herald, 17 May 2018 A society that legalises it automatically creates...more
Pediatric palliative care: living with hope and quality throughout illness

Pediatric palliative care: living with hope and quality throughout illness

by Amanda Alladin, Miami Herald, 24 April 2018 Pediatric palliative care is a specialty that aims p...more
When it comes to ageism, are we fighting a losing battle?

When it comes to ageism, are we fighting a losing battle?

by Catherine Foot, Centre for Ageing Better, 1 May 2017 Ageism is the last socially normal, sociall...more
I am a disabled person and I don’t back the right to die for one very important reason

I am a disabled person and I don’t back the right to die for one very important reason

by James Moore, Independent, 5 October 2017 I am aware that even the late Professor Stephen Hawking...more