On the face of it, offering a better life to a child born into underprivileged circumstances is a wonderful act of human kindness.
But what if the child is of a different ethic heritage to his or her adoptive parents?
Moreover, we are living longer, and arguably healthier, lives. Assisted death is a topic causing hot debate among religious leaders, governments and ordinary folk the world over.
Since the Swiss group Dignitas – an organization that helps those with terminal illness and severe physical and mental illnesses to die assisted by qualified doctors and nurses – was founded by lawyer Ludwig A.
Will the inevitable acculturation negatively impact on the child’s development? A notable proportion of society has become grossly fixated on plastic surgery, with people attempting to buy back their youth, or to buy a similar face/body to that of their superstar idol.
Surgeons are cashing in on people’s insecurities, using the knife as a magic wand for superficial happiness.
But is it not just poor government planning that prevents successful immigration?
Aren’t all great nations built on the hard work of immigrant communities? * A topic’s level of controversy is not necessarily reflected by its placement within the list.
Minelli in 1998, a number of terminally ill people people, particularly in the UK, have been inspired to fight the courts for their right to an assisted death.
It seems perfectly reasonable that humans should be allowed to decide their own fate.