UK euthanasia bill rejected

U.K. Assisted Dying bill rejected by House of Commons 330:118

Media Release

14th September 2015

“The Right to Life Australia welcomes the news that the U.K. Assisted Dying bill was rejected by the House of Commons by a margin of 3:1,” said Dr Katrina Haller, Chief Executive Officer of The Right to Life Australia.



The Cost of Body Parts

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Troy Newman, of Operation Rescue in the U.S.A and Board Member-(Centre for Medical Progress USA) and his colleagues have struck a highly effective blow at the hugely lucrative abortion industry in the U.S. headed by Planned Parenthood.  They have worked undercover to expose the growing sale of parts of babies aborted late in pregnancy – body parts to be used in research and sold for profit.

Operation Rescue’s activists have caused a storm of protest in the U.S. and worldwide. Legislative action is afoot in some U.S. State legislatures and in U.S. Congress as a result. Currently our Federal government funds Planned Parenthood which works in providing “aid” in the form of “family planning” which would include provision of abortions.  Isn’t it time we saw some real action on behalf of the unborn in this country?

Frankly our M.P.s need a big wake-up call!


Good news for Pre-born in East Melbourne

The Right to Life Australia welcomes news today of the failure of Supreme court action by Melbourne Fertility Clinic in Wellington Parade to order the Melbourne City Council to act to confine protestors outside their business.


Victorian end of life inquiry - act now!

Update: submissions have now been extended to Monday 31 August 2015.

On 7 May 2015 Gavin Jennings MLC passed a motion that the Victorian Legal and Social Issues Committee launch an “Inquiry into End of Life Choices”. The terms of reference are:

“This house requires the legal and social issues committee to inquire into, consider and report, no later than 31 May 2016, on the need for laws in Victoria to allow citizens to make informed decisions regarding their own end-of-life choices, and in particular the committee should -

(1) Assess the practices currently being utilised within the medical community to assist a person to exercise their preferences for the way they want to manage their end-of-life, including the role of palliative care.
(2) Review the current framework of legislation, proposed legislation and other relevant reports and materials in other Australian states and territories and overseas jurisdictions, and
(3) Consider what types of legislative change may be required, including an examination of any federal laws that may impact such legislation.”


United Nations day for victims of torture

Today Friday 26th June is United Nations Day for Victims of Torture. We must keep on speaking up against torture, for all people including unborn children.


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