13:00 - 14:30
Ivor Crewe lecture Hall A (Colchester) GB2.42 (Southend)
Mark Jarman-Howe ; Chief Executive of St Helena and Tom Davies : Dignity in Dying
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Our first THINK debate of the new academic year will focus on the legal, medical and ethical issues around the movement to legalise assisted dying in the UK.THE FACTS…
Speaker 1: Tom Davies
Tom Davies works for Dignity in Dying, a non-profit organisation that lobbies for the legalisation of Assisted Dying in the UK. Tom led Parliamentary and public affairs campaigns for the recent Falconer and Marris Bills in Westminster, as well as legislation and debates in other UK jurisdictions.
Speaker 2: Mark Jarman-Howe
Mark Jarman-Howe is Chief Executive of St Helena, a North Essex charity that helps people face incurable illness and bereavement. He is a trustee of Compassion in Dying, a national charity focused on choice, autonomy and advance decision making, and a non-executive director of the assisted dying campaign group Dignity in Dying.
The Chair: Professor Wayne Martin
The event will be chaired by University of Essex philosophy professor Wayne Martin, who is the Director of the Essex Autonomy Project.
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This debate will be video linked to Southend GB2.42.
Part of the THINK Series