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Dignity in Dying AGM 2013


The year for change

At this year’s AGM we will hear from (amongst others):

  • Lord Falconer on the contents of the Assisted Dying Bill and the next steps in Parliament
  • Rabbi Jonathan Romain MBE on the newly formed group Interfaith Leaders for Dignity in Dying
  • Professor Ray Tallis, Chair of Healthcare Professionals for Assisted Dying, on the changing attitudes to change amongst the healthcare professional bodies

The day will also provide a valuable opportunity to raise questions or float ideas about the campaign, network with supporters, and hear from Dignity in Dying staff on how you can play a crucial part in this year‘s campaign in the House of Lords.


We need your help

The active participation of our supporters is vital to the success of the campaign and we would like as many people to attend as possible – please do invite like-minded friends or family if you feel they would be interested.

The AGM is free and lunch will be provided. The day will begin at 11am and finish at 3.30pm, and will be held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster, across the road from the Houses of Parliament.


DiD Annual General Meeting, Tuesday 21 May 2013, 10.00am – 3.30pm


10.00am: Registration

11.00am: Welcome and Introduction

11.30am: Formal AGM business including reports from the Chief Executive, Chair and Treasurer and adoption of accounts.

12.00 noon: Presentation of Falconer Bill from Charles Falconer, Baron Falconer of Thoroton, PC, QC.

12.45pm: Lunch with opportunity to meet regional members.

2.00pm: Overcoming Opposition to Change with Professor Ray Tallis and Rabbi Jonathan Romain MBE

2.30pm: “Act Against Suffering” workshop

3.15pm: Closing Speech by Jean-Luc Romero, President of ADMD

3.30pm: Event close


Getting to the event

Full information on the location of the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre and how to reach the venue using different transport methods can be found on their website.


Dignity in Dying bus services

If there is enough demand we will be running buses from the Exeter, Oxford and Cambridge areas and making stops along the way to London. For more information please contact Laura McCaffrey or call 020 7479 7730.


Register now

To register your interest and receive more information about the AGM please contact Laura McCaffrey, Executive Officer at Dignity in Dying by email with your full name and postcode