Tag Archives: Stuart Chambers
It’s Good that Bill C-7 Extends MAID to Chronic Sufferers
April 1, 2021 · by impact ethics · in Community, Death & Assisted Dying, Death and Dying, Disability, euthanasia, Law & Policy, Long-Term Care, MAiD, physician-assisted dying, vulnerability
Stuart Chambers points out that expanding access to medical assistance in dying was always about relieving suffering rather than about targeting people with disabilities.
Ideology has no place in Canada’s prostitution laws
July 23, 2020 · by impact ethics · in Canada, Community, Law & Policy, Sexual Health, Sexuality, Social Justice, Uncategorized, vulnerability, women
Stuart Chambers agrees with an Ontario judge that expert witness testimony lacked credibility in a recent case in which Canada’s law on sex work was found unconstitutional.
Media promotes baseless slippery slope claims
February 13, 2020 · by impact ethics · in Canadian Bioethics, Death & Assisted Dying, Law & Policy, MAiD, physician-assisted dying
Stuart Chambers critiques the latest crop of slippery slope arguments against the expansion of eligibility for medical assistance in dying.
Religious exemptions to assisted dying harm patients
Stuart Chambers argues that faith-based institutions should not be ‘conscientiously objecting’ to medical assistance in dying.
Assisted Dying: A History of Ethical Principles
Stuart Chambers describes the ethical principles that have shaped the historical debates surrounding medical assistance in dying in Canada.