The Care Alliance brings together organisations and individuals who want to nurture better conversations about dying in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Our members come from many different backgrounds, interests, and experiences. While we might not agree with each other on other issues, we share an understanding that a compassionate and ethical response to suffering does not include euthanasia and assisted suicide.

Latest News

Watching my uncle die - and his mood swings - confirmed my opposition to euthanasia

Watching my uncle die - and his mood swings - confirmed my opposition to euthanasia

by Mike Yardley, Stuff, 5 December 2017 It's the unintended consequences of allowing euthanasia tha...more
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Care Alliance Welcomes Health Select Committee Report

Media Release, 23 November 2017 The legalisation of euthanasia and assisted suicide in Victoria, ...more
I want to care for people, not kill them

I want to care for people, not kill them

by Dr John Obeid, The Daily Telegraph, 16 November 2017 It is not uncommon for older patients appro...more
Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'

Palliative care experts warn NSW assisted dying bill 'unsafe'

by Sean Nicholls, The Sydney Morning Herald, 15 November 2017 Dr Frank Brennan said "too often the ...more