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Euthanasia @ Puku Café and Sports Bar

Euthanasia, from the Greek meaning "good death," is the widespread practice of intentionally ending another person's life or animal's life in an attempt to relieve pain and suffering.

Join the Hanoi Philosophy Forum for a series of lectures, small-group discussions, and artwork exploring the the ethics of euthanasia.

+ A series of lectures and small-group discussions led by Jon Dallas exploring the history, modern practices, and ethical arguments for and against euthanasia.
+ Artwork by Lara Hardie Stewart
+ Haiku and/or Drawing Contest led by Truitt Urbanic

 

Wednesday, 16 January

7:30pm - 10:00pm

Puku Café and Sports Bar | 16 Tong Duy Tan, Hanoi, Vietnam

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