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Conference: The Future of Care in Scotland

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June 3 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

The conference will discuss the implications of changing the law in Scotland to permit assisted dying.

It will take place in The Renfield Centre, opposite The Kings Theatre, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JP.

Tickets are free. Book on Eventbrite or call 07388 347 910.

Speakers Dr Gillian Wright. Former palliative care doctor in Glasgow who now works as a researcher in medical ethics for the Scottish Council for Human Bioethics. Gillian also works for Care not Killing as the Director of their campaign Our Duty of Care which brings together health care professionals opposed to the introduction of assisted suicide and euthanasia.

Dr Gordon MacDonald. CEO care not killing. He has been extensively involved over the years on opposing Assisted Dying when it has come before Parliament on previous occasions.

Dennis Canavan. Member of Parliament for West Stirlingshire (1974-83) then Falkirk West (1983-2000 then Member of the Scottish Parliament for Falkirk West (1999 - 2007). “My children died in dignity and I beg to differ from those who assert that the option of assisted suicide is necessary to ensure dignity in death.”

Marianne Scobie. Deputy CEO Disability Alliance Marianne has been a disabled person since early childhood. Marianne was a founder member of GDA before joining the team in 2010 and is now Depute CEO. Marianne serves on a range of Glasgow City Council, Scottish Government and Social Security Scotland advisory groups.

Conference: The Future of Care in Scotland is an event organised by the Campaign Against Assisted Dying.


June 3
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
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The Renfield Training and Conference Centre
260 Bath Street
Glasgow, G2 4JP
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Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh
Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh, Charity No. SC008540