Fleming, John
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John Fleming is a 77-year-old retired academic. After completing his undergraduate degrees in politics and psychology, he completed his PhD at Griffith University in 1992 in philosophy and medical ethics. He was Foundation Director of Adelaide's Southern Cross Bioethics Institute, 1987-2004, a foundation member of UNESCO's International Bioethics Committee (1993-1996), and has served on many Federal and State government policy advisory committees in Australia. He was an elected delegate to the Australian Constitutional Convention (1998), a member of the Council of the National Museum of Australia, from 2003-2009, and Foundation President of Australia's first tertiary liberal arts college, Campion College, Old Toongabbie, Australia (2004-2009). He was a Corresponding Member of the Pontifical Academy for Life (Vatican) between 1996-2016. He is the author of nine books and many articles on bioethics and public policy.


How to talk to your MP about euthanasia

In the light of the way in which politicians (Australia-wide) have conducted their debates on "voluntary assisted dying" legislation, there comes a time when someone needs to remind politicians of the way in which public policy should be handled by them.

Date posted: 2021-09-19