In Iceland, euthanasia and assisted suicide are prohibited. People with a terminal illness are allowed to refuse treatment.
Article 213 prohibits euthanasia, article 214 prohibits assisted suicide.
People with a terminal illness are allowed to refuse treatment, based on article 24 of the Patients’ Rights Act.
Recent surveys among the Icelandic public and health professionals show that there is a great support for introducing assisted dying laws. The main reason for
The Nordic Right to Die Societies had their annual meeting on 15 October in Reykjavik, Iceland. The first Nordic meeting took place in Stockholm, Sweden,
On the 27th of January 2021, the five Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Denmark) that already gathered together in 2020, published their Nordic
After the first fruitful meeting in 2019 of 5 Nordic Right to Die Societies (from Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), the planned 2020 meeting