BBC Hardtalk delves into how another jurisdiction handles the assisted dying issue, somewhat differently from others. Described as liberal, as a testing ground, maybe they are nothing more than sensible, and more sensitive to the needs of those requesting help at a crucial juncture in their lives. There is no need to make these judgements about what is clearly working and widely adopted by many Canadians.
In: The ethics of assisted dying (BBC HARDtalk), Stephen Sackur speaks to Dr Stefanie Green, a leading advocate for Canada’s liberal assisted dying laws, who has herself overseen more than 300 deaths by euthanasia. Is Canada at ease with its role as a testing ground for complex ethical and medical arguments about assisted dying?
To hear this podcast visit the link at BBC HARDtalk, Ethics