THE DLP SUPPORTS LIFE FROM CONCEPTION TO NATURAL DEATH
Our support can take many forms including providing palliative care, public housing and community reconciliation.
We oppose the exploitation of the poor, the weak, the vulnerable, the disadvantaged and the voiceless.
We oppose palliative care being utilized as a means of euthanasia and we support the right of staff to oppose such practices.
We support the rights of the unborn.
The DLP is unwavering in its support for the dignity of all people, and we support life from conception to natural death. We look at what comprises and sustains the flourishing of all people. We support and promote families and communities, universal health care from conception to natural death, and appropriate housing and shelter for all. We also support and promote all people who are vulnerable, those who are in difficulty, the suffering and the lonely.
The essential duties and rights each person owes and must respect in each other are; the duty to respect the gift of life; the duty to respect and protect freedom of conscience; the obligation to ensure equal treatment under the law; respect for the ownership of private property; the right to earn a reasonable living; and self-determination for all peoples and families.
THE DLP SUPPORTS LIFE
The DLP supports life from conception to natural death.
DIGNITY FOR ALL
The DLP believes in respect for all people particularly the poor, the weak, the vulnerable, the disadvantaged and the voiceless.
PROTECTION FOR ALL
There must be equal treatment for all people under the law and respect for the ownership of private property.
FREEDOM OF CONSCIENCE
All people should have freedom of conscience and no one should be forced to do anything that is against their conscience.
We oppose euthanasia as a means of palliative care, or as a means to end life.