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  1. Contribution to the UNESCO conference on “World Higher Education” (WHEC) – A digitally education system with a bioethical framework Post

    By Claudia Fini, Chair Research Scholar In contribution to the UNESCO conference on “World Higher Education” (WHEC), the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights collaborated with Portulans Institute and IIASA for the production



  2. Fr. Alberto Carrara, L.C., Coordinator Of The Neurobioethics Group, at the meeting “Catholic Fact-Checking.” Post

    On January 28, 2022, at the ‘Catholic Fact-Checking’ meeting sponsored by the International Catholic Media Consortium, Fr. Alberto Carrara, L.C., Coordinator of the APRA Neurobioethics Group – President of the



  3. “Multicultural and Interreligious Perspectives on the Ethics of Human Reproduction” edited by Fr. Joseph Tham L.C., Alberto Garcia Gómez e John Lunstroth Post

      “Multicultural and Interreligious Perspectives on the Ethics of Human Reproduction” Editors: Joseph Tham, Alberto Garcia GĂłmez, John Lunstroth Publisher: Springer Year: 2021 Link: springer.com This book includes a number of



  4. “Enhancement Fit for Humanity: Perspectives on Emerging Technologies” edited byMichael Baggot, Alberto García Gómez, Alberto Carrara, and Joseph Tham Post

    “Enhancement Fit for Humanity: Perspectives on Emerging Technologies” Editors: Michael Baggot, Alberto García Gómez, Alberto Carrara, and Joseph Tham Publischer: Routledge Year: 2021 Link: routledge.com This book explores what constitutes an



  5. Nuovo Accordo Interuniversitario – MagĂ­ster en Doctrina Social de la Iglesia Post

    A ottobre si ù firmato un Accordo Interuniversitario tra l’Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, l’Università Finis Terrae di Santiago del Cile e la Società di Vita Apostolica Laici Consacrati del Regnum



  6. Prof. Fr. Michael Baggot, LC, (School of Bioethics) at Fall Conference ‘I Have Called You by Name’: Human Dignity in a Secular World. Post

    The de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture held its 21st annual Fall Conference, “I Have Called You by Name: Human Dignity in a Secular World,” November 11–13, 2021, in



  7. The Kingdom of Christ: Theology, History, Life. Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, Rome 2021 Post

    This book compiles a series of studies on the Kingdom of Christ done for a theology congress organized by the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, Rome, in 2015 as a preparation



  8. Bioethics faculty members give keynote lecture on COVID-19 to the Asian Federation of Catholic Medical Associations Post

    Bioethics faculty members Joseph Tham, Louis Melahn, and Michael Baggot gave a keynote lecture on COVID-19 to the 17th Congress of the Asian Federation of Catholic Medical Associations on “Building



  9. Bioethics and Consciousness: an interdisciplinary and interreligious reflection on an essential dimension of the human person (2° part) Post

    By Ana Maria Ganev, PhD Cadindate of the School of Bioethics and Inter at UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights The 19th Summer Bioethics Course ended with two exceptional



  10. Bioethics and Consciousness: an interdisciplinary and interreligious reflection on an essential dimension of the human person Post

    By Ana Maria Ganev, PhD candidate of the School of Bioethics The first part of the 19th Summer Bioethics Course took place on July 2-3 and will continue with its



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