March27 , 2023

    Christian Charity Pushes to End Legal Euthanasia


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    Christian organization ADF International has launched a campaign to raise awareness on the perils euthanasia laws bring to people and society.

    The group initiated the “Affirm Dignity | End Euthanasia” campaign to provide information about what euthanasia, promoted as “death with dignity,” truly means to individuals and their families, reports Premier.

    The legalization of euthanasia implicitly tells the most vulnerable that they are a burden. With this campaign, we want to send the opposite message. —Robert Clarke, director of European Advocacy for ADF International

    The campaign highlights two countries of concern—Belgium and the Netherlands, where there’s a spike in the number of