From Sadie - Dignity in Dying <[email protected]>
Subject Together we achieve amazing things
Date July 9, 2021 4:55 PM
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Good afternoon

The campaign for assisted dying has really reached a new high. In the last month we’ve achieved two major milestones: a new Assisted Dying
Bill in the House of Lords and proposals for a new bill in the Scottish
Parliament. This is a huge testament to what we can do when we work together,
especially after such a challenging year.

In many ways, this is where the hard work starts. In this fleeting calm before
the storm, I wanted to look back with you and look at the sheer extent that we
have achieved together. Welcome to our interactive Impact Report - a look back
on all that we’ve achieved in the last year and forward to what’s still to come.

Read our Impact Report →
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Thank you for all you’ve done to get us to this point. Now the hard work really
begins - we will need all hands on deck to support two bills through two
parliaments in the next three years.

Thanks for being with us for the journey.

Sadie Kempner

Dignity in Dying

P.S. It’s easy to lose sight of how far we’ve come when the finish line is in sight
but do take a moment to remind yourself how far your support has gotten us. Read
our Impact Report today.

Our campaign is powered by members - people who support us with a small regular
gift so we can plan out the most effective actions to bring about an assisted
dying law. Sign up and join thousands of other Dignity in Dying members across the
country, from just £2 a month:

Become a member now
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