Dying with dignity
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Human rights have no expiry date, so do we have a right to a dignified death?
We all have a basic right to life; it’s one of the most fundamental rights we have to enjoy. But is there any right that applies to end of life care? How can we ensure that our final days are treated with care and dignity, and that our wishes are respected?
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