Court decisions, legislation, documents, statistical information, books, articles and videos on the subject. A large website by Professor Lawrence M. Hinman at the University of San Diego.
The Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance present ethical questions, public opinion polls, church statements and the current legal status regarding assisted suicide.
Frontline program reviews Kevorkian's life, the law, the opinions surrounding euthanasia, and more.
Longwood University presents this useful pathfinder. It includes newspaper articles, books, Web sites, and legislation.
This organization "provides information, counseling and support to patients who are facing prolonged and intractable suffering at the end-of-life. COMPASSION offers information and emotional support for all end-of-life options, including intensive pain management, comfort or hospice care, and humane, effective aid-in-dying for those who are in the final stages of illness and whose suffering has become intolerable."
Includes a listing of right-to-die societies throughout the U.S. and the world, a newsletter, a detailed Q&A, and a glossary of "end-of-life" terms.
Follow the evolution and experiences of the death with dignity movement in Oregon.
Includes a euthanasia FAQ, an FAQ regarding advance directives, several essays on artificial feeding, an essay on the words used in the assisted suicide debate, and more.
Several essays on such topics as "What's Wrong with Making Assisted Suicide Legal," "Targeting the Vulnerable," and "Eroding Patient's Rights." Also includes a "Withholding Food and Fluids FAQ," and a section on pain management therapy.
Death with Dignity National Center provides the text and a history of the law.
From the University of Buffalo's Center for Clinical Ethics and Humanities in Health Care, this website lists transcripts and summaries of court cases regarding assisted suicide. Oregon and Washington State initiatives and controversial laws included.