Not only received the WFRtDS Conference a message on tape from Desmond Tutu, he also published in the scope of the UK debates on Lord Falconer’s bill an article in the Guardian. In this article he claims: “a dignified death is our right – I am in favour of assisted dying. (…) The manner of Nelson Mandela’s prolonged death was an affront. I have spent my life working for dignity for the living. Now I wish to apply my mind to the issue of dignity for the dying”. Read the whole article here.