Thursday, July 11, 2019

EPC International Euthanasia Symposium - Sept 20 in Rome

Alex Schadenberg
Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

Instituto Maria Bambina
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On Friday September 20, 2019 there is a one-day Euthanasia Symposium in Rome sponsored by the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. The Symposium features recognized leaders and amazing speakers in an incredible location. The Symposium will be followed by a leaders meeting on September 21.

The euthanasia Symposium is organized with the Matercare 15th International Conference. The conference is at the Instituto Maria SS Bambina across from St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. 


For more information contact: info@epcc.ca

The speakers include:

Alex Schadenberg
Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director and International Chair, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition will speak about the world-wide situation. Alex is an author, leader, and world expert.
 
Dr Paul Saba, Coalition of Physicians for Social Justice in Québec will speak about child euthanasia and the expansion of euthanasia, in Canada, once legalized. Dr Saba is an author with experience as a physician in Québec. 
Dr Anne Hanson
Dr Annette Hanson is a forensic psychiatrist and assisted professor of psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine will speak about euthanasia for psychiatric reasons. Dr Hanson has published research articles including the 12 myths about assisted suicide and medical aid in dying.
Catherine Glenn Foster, (lawyer) Americans United for Life, will speak about the culture shift after assisted suicide is legalized. She was the founding Executive Director of EPC-USA.  
Dr William Toffler
Dr William Toffler, Physicians for Compassionate Care Oregon, will talk about the effect of 20 years of assisted suicide in Oregon. Dr Toffler is a leading voice against assisted suicide in America. 
Amy Hasbrouck, (lawyer) Not Dead Yet leader and Euthanasia Prevention Coalition President will speak on eugenics and the concerns of people with disabilities. Amy has extensive experience as an American who now lives in Canada. 
Gordon Macdonald
Dr Gordon Macdonald, Care Not Killing Alliance UK, will speak about the politics of assisted suicide in the medical community. Dr Macdonald has extensive experience in the BMA debate on assisted suicide.
 
Fabian Stahle, a researcher from Sweden will speak about Moral Disengagement and the legalization of assisted death. 
Register for the full conference or for one day at (Registration link). You can stay at the Maria Bambina. 

EPC has also organized a leaders meeting for September 21 at the same location.


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