Printable resources

The key facts around why the End of Life Choice Act is a Risky Law. Available as an A4 printable or two to a page (A4) for group settings or mail drops.

Useful for: Foyers, waiting rooms, offices, information tables, noticeboards, social media, mail drops.

Detailed FAQ on the implications of the Act, further resources, and link to our site.

Useful for: Personal education, community leaders, organisational heads, anyone wanting to understand the Act in detail.

Six main points of concern with the Act

Useful for: Foyers, waiting rooms, offices, information tables, noticeboards, social media, mail drops.

The key facts around why the End of Life Choice Act is a Risky Law. Available as an A4 printable 

Useful for: Tongan-speaking communities

Other languages 

The key facts around why the End of Life Choice Act is a Risky Law. Available as an A4 printable 

Useful for: Samoan-speaking communities

Small image textbox raising awareness of the referendum, and pointing to our website for more information.

Useful for: Organisational or social newsletters, or webpage

Downloadable graphics

Social media images raising awareness of the referendum, and pointing to our website for more information.

Useful for: Facebook and Instagram

Risky Law educators are ready to speak to your club or community group. This is for up to 45 minutes including discussion time, and is free of charge.

A good chance for people to get informed.

Useful for: Community groups (local library and museum info and panel events, U3A, Probus, coffee groups), university settings, church groups, aged care residents and staff, senior high school settings, medical groups, legal associations.​

In-person education sessions

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RESOURCE CENTRE

Here you can find educational resources in different formats, specifically designed to provide accessible information on our main concerns with the End of Life Choice Act.

 

Everything is ready to use for your organization or group, including material to share on your website and social media page.

‘Vote No to the End of Life Act’ is a non-profit Incorporated Society set up to inform the voting public about the risks of this dangerous Act.

We have 22 members who are professionally qualified in medicine, hospice and palliative care, nursing, law, disability, ethics, advocacy, and social policy.

 

We are not aligned to religious, civic or professional organisations. We have come to together as concerned individuals to oppose this Act. The Society is funded by donations sought from private individuals.

Who are we?

Separating fact from fallacy, Kiwi journalist Caralise Trayes shares her amazing journey on her hunt for the truth around assisted dying

Final Choice the book, and its author - Caralise Trayes - are not in any way affiliated with Vote No to the End of Life Act

A tool for people to test their own knowledge and start a group discussion

Useful for: 10-minute group information session, social media, newsletters, websites

Other Resources

Dr Mamari Stevens
Martin Sullivan
Prof Peter Thirkell
Dr John Thwaites
Dr David Tripp

Dr Amanda Landers
Dr Hanneke Lewthwaite
Dr Salina Lupati
Rev Dr Graham O’Brien
Dr Helen Rook

Dr Christopher Gale
Dr Andrew Germann
Tim Goulding
Dion Howard
Dr Tupu Ioane-Cleverly

Dame Sue Bagshaw
Dr Phil Bagshaw
Dr Helen Bichan

Prof Jonathan Boston
Dr Greg Coyle

Claire Freeman

Authorised by Vote No to the End of Life Act, 159 Campbell Street, Karori, Wellington 6012

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