A look back at our accomplishments in 2019, plus a preview of our new and ongoing efforts in states across the country.
Death with Dignity National Center Executive Director Peg Sandeen shares reflections on the history and growth of the death with dignity movement nationwide, 25 years after Oregonians passed the world's first death with dignity law.
We mourn the passing of former Death with Dignity National Center Board Treasurer Stephen Dunn, who died of cancer October 16.
An infographic look at the highlights of 2018 and 2019 in the death with dignity movement.
Historically, it has taken years to move legislation and shift public opinion. But the whirlwind pace of progress last year proves ours is a movement whose time has come.
Our 2017/2018 Annual Report is now available.
Elia Inglis, a social worker and the newest member of our team, provides callers seeking information about Death with Dignity with resources and referrals and offers support for those confronting illness or loss.
Though some state legislatures are not in session in 2018, we are gearing up for a very busy year. We are excited about the breadth and depth of our work in states across the country, and truly inspired by our…
By George Eighmey, President * In 2016, Death with Dignity National Center is increasing its efforts to pass more physician-assisted dying laws throughout the nation. To help accomplish this goal we have added two incredibly knowledgeable and influential…
We are proud to present the new issue of our quarterly print publication, The Dignity Report. In the Winter 2016 issue we look at the legislative year ahead; feature Sarah Witte’s personal story about the death of her son Andy…