UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights


The UNESCO Chair is an institution created within the Faculty of Bioethics of the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum and the Faculty of Law of the European University of Rome to promote an exchange of ideas and the sharing of diverse experiences through dialogue among different countries, especially those in developing nations.

The Chair entails the analysis and deepening of bioethical issues in relation to human rights. This process is based on a Christian-inspired humanistic bioethics and is manifested through teaching, scientific research, and the promotion of activities for the dissemination of thought.

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Partnerships, Research Areas, and European Projects

Our direct partners (UNITWIN) are the Universidade Agostinho Neto (Luanda, Angola) and the Universidad Anahuac (Mexico City, Mexico).

The main areas of interest and research of the UNESCO Chair are:

The UNESCO Chair took part as a partner in the following European projects:

For more information on the Chair’s activities visit www.unescobiochair.org

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