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Petitioners, who had argued that people have the right to die with dignity if they are suffering from a terminal illness, hailed the judgment.
The petitioner in the case argued before the court that the Right to die peacefully as part of Right to Life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution.
Two doctors and a High Court judge would have to confirm that they were mentally fit to make the decision and aware of alternatives - before the right to die would be allowed.
John Irvine said: "I can see logic about people having the right to live, therefore people should have the right to die - but it's just not something I've been able to bring myself to support in all moral/ethical conscience.
Her roles included chairman of the Voluntary Euthanasia Society UK, president of Right to Die Europe and president of the World Federation of Right to Die Societies.
And Tony wanted to die, but the law that gives doctors the right to take away the life of an unborn child, denied the right of an adult the right to die.
Since the 1970s, a right-to-die movement has been advocating for changes in laws regarding a right to die, and it shares the social work dedication to self-determination.
Ronnie Lee Gardner, 49, was due to receive a lethal injection, but begged a judge for the right to die in a hail of bullets.
Right to die campaigner Debbie Purdy will join Kirkwood Hospice's Dr Charlotte Clare, Rev Mark Cobb from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Rev Carol Wardman from Age Concern for the evening panel in Dewsbury Minster.
A critically-ill Herefordshire teenager who won the right to die changed her mind and is now "feeling brilliant" after a heart transplant.
It is often claimed a right to die would worsen care for the terminally ill, but that Lords inquiry was shown evidence suggesting the exact opposite in Oregon, where the right exists.
UNPLUGGED: RECLAIMING OUR RIGHT TO DIE IN AMERICA is based on court records, personal interviews and firsthand experience and comes from a lawyer who represented the family of Nancy Cruzan in the first right-to-die case heard by the U.