In 2015 a group of paediatric Palliative Care experts and representatives from the major religions in the world worked together to draw up the “Religions of the World Charter for Palliative Care dedicated to children”.
Following this important initiative, they took into consideration another fragile portion of society: older people with chronic and incurable illness.
In 2017 the Religions of the World Charter for Palliative Care for Older People was born.
Religions are diffused throughout the world, and for their recognized moral authority, they can help us to sustain and promote the universal right to Palliative Care in order to:
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