This presentation is designed to give legislators, policy advocates, and activists the tools needed to defeat physician-assisted suicide legislation by exposing the false narratives and misinformation being used by Compassion & Choices and its allies to promote doctor-prescribed death all over the U.S. and Canada.

The webinar faculty are internationally-known leaders in the fight against assisted suicide and euthanasia, who have fought for life in the legislatures, courts, and public media for many years:

Catherine Glenn Foster is the President and CEO of Americans United for Life, America’s first national pro-life organization and the nation’s premier pro-life legal team. An experienced constitutional attorney and author, Catherine has litigated precedent-setting cases involving euthanasia, assisted suicide, and denial of medical care, among other issues. She has authored and testified on numerous domestic and international bills and initiatives, and testified before and advised the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce Select Investigative Panel. Catherine will share her proven strategy for opposing doctor-aided death, Fatal Flaws.

Alex Schadenberg is the executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. He is an author who has spoken internationally on euthanasia and assisted suicide. Alex will share his recent publication, A Guide to Opposing Assisted Suicide Legislation. The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition is the world’s largest organization dedicated to opposing euthanasia and assisted suicide. Alex’s blog is the most comprehensive source of information opposing assisted suicide.

Fabian Ståhle is a Fellow at the Clapham Institute in Sweden, who became concerned about assisted suicide after a Swedish government report advocated for the legalization of the “Oregon Assisted Suicide Model.” Stahle communicated with the Oregon Health Authority and then published his concerns in an article, “Oregon Health Authority Reveals Hidden Problems with the Oregon Assisted Suicide Model.”