Pass it On: communicating the law change in languages other than English
NHS Blood and Transplant is committed to ensuring that everyone has access to the information on the change in the law around organ donation that will come into effect in spring 2020.
It is vital that anybody living in England who is eligible to become an organ donor is made aware of the change in law, and is able to make a fully informed decision about their choices.
We have worked with stakeholders and government organisations to make information on the law change available in a range of languages including:
Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Urdu, Arabic, Somali, Polish, Romanian, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hebrew and Yiddish.
What materials are available?
Our printed leaflet
- Order our printed leaflet from nhsbtleaflets.co.uk
Our downloadable factsheet
Our factsheet explains how the law around organ donation in England is changing, what you need to do, and the choices you can make.
Our downloadable FAQ document
Our FAQ includes answers to frequently asked questions about upcoming changes to organ donation law in England.
Our organ Donation Law in England animation
Our short animation explains how the law around organ donation in England is changing, what you need to do, and the choices you can make.
It is available in a range of languages, and we have also developed an animation that has been signed in British Sign Language.
Please note: We are still in the process of finalising some of the translated materials in these languages and will make these available to order or download as soon as possible. At the time of publication, Hebrew and Yiddish documents are not yet available.
English organ donation law has changed
You still have a choice about whether or not you wish to become a donor.
Have you registered your organ donation decision?
It takes just two minutes to register online.
Organ donation law where you live
Organ donation laws vary in different countries across the United Kingdom.
Share our materials
We've provided a selection of posters, social media, web and email graphics that you can share to tell others that the law in England has changed.