Gerusalemme: Bioetica e religioni

Gerusalemme: Bioetica e religioni

Il 1 gennaio 1970


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La Facoltà di Bioetica, la FIBIP, la Cattedra UNESCO in Bioetica e Diritti Umani e il Master in Scienza e Fede organizzano due importanti congressi su Bioetica e religioni a Gerusalemme. I congressi sono preceduti da 4 giorni di pellegrinaggio-tour in Terra Santa.Pellegrinaggio: 8-12 dicembre. Congressi: 13 e 14 dicembre. Trovate qui tutte le informazioni.

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La Facoltà di Bioetica, la FIBIP, la Cattedra UNESCO in Bioetica e Diritti Umani e il Master in Scienza e Fede organizzano due importanti congressi su Bioetica e religioni a Gerusalemme. I congressi sono preceduti da 4 giorni di pellegrinaggio-tour in Terra Santa.

Pellegrinaggio: 8-12 dicembre. Congressi: 13 e 14 dicembre


Dialogue is often the first step toward mutual understanding and constructionof peace. Today there is a growing need for such dialogue and what better place to launch this new initiative than Jerusalem.
These conferences seek to find common ground among the great monotheistic religions— Judaism, Christianity and Islam— in the specific areas of bioethics. In the area of life issues, there is a great deal of common ground that can be shared among these three Abrahamic faiths. A great part ofhumanity is a member of these faiths and more than ever, the advances in biotechnology and medicine are posing new challenges that religion often is not been able to offer an adequate response. These conferences want to bring together leaders in bioethics from these great religions so that trough dialogue and mutual understanding they can bring original contribution to the field.

 

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video_conference_icon4 From this lik you can follow the Conferences Life on-line (the 13th and 14th of December)

pdfComplete program in pdf

registerIn order to participate in the Conferences and in the Tour, please fill and submit this on-line Form

paper_registrationIf you desire to present a Paper in the FIBIP’s Conference, please fill and sumbit this on-line Form

 

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This is the detailed program of the Tour of the Holy Land, before the two international conferences:

08th Dec: Arrival Tel Aviv – Galilee

  • Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport – Meeting and assistance.
  • Transfer to Nazareth.
  • Dinner & overnight in Hotel

09th Dec: Cana– Nazareth – Transfiguration

Morning

  • Cana Church– Renew of Wedding Vows
  • Transfer to Nazareth visit the Annunciation Basilica, Holy Family Church, Synagogue and Mary’s Well.
  • Lunch in Nazareth

Afternoon

  • Mont Tabor – Transfiguration
  • Dinner & overnight in Hotel

10th Dec: The see of Galilee and the ministry of Jesus.

Morning

  • Mont Beatitudes
  • Capernaum – House of Simon Peter, and Synagogue.
  • Lunch in Tiberias

Afternoon

  • Tabga
  • St. Peter Primacy
  • See of Galilee – Boat Ride
  • Jordan River: Renewal of Baptism Vows
  • Trasnfer to Jerusalem
  • Dinner & overnight in Hotel

    11th Dec: Bethlehem – Mt. Zion

Morning

  • Drive to Bethlehem
  • Shepherds Field
  • Basilica of Nativity
  • Chapel of St. Jerome.
  • Milk Grotto
  • Lunch in Bethlehem

Afternoon

  • Mont Zion
  • St. Peter in Gallicantu
  • The Cenacle
  • The Dormition Abbey.
  • Dinner & overnight in Hotel

12th Dec: Jerusalem: The 3 times Holy city of Jerusalem and Mont of Olives

Morning

  • Walking tour of the old city of Jerusalem.
  • Visit the Temple Area: Western Wall, Dome of the Rock & Al-Aqsa Mosque.
  • St. Anne Church and the pool of Bethesda.
  • Via Dolorosa: See the Church of Flagellation, Ecce Homo, and The Holy Sepulcher.

Afternoon

  • Mont of Olives
  • The Ascension Chapel
  • Pater Noster Church
  • Dominus Flevit
  • Church of Gethsemane

15th Dec: Jerusalem– Tel Aviv- Home Transfer to the Airport

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UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights:

International Conference “Culture of life and Religion”

December 13, 2009

(There will be simultaneous translation into Arab, English, Hebrew and Italian)

9:30-10:00Introductory remarks

Dr. Alberto García, Director, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights

Greetings to religious, civil and institutional authorities

Fr. Eamon Kelly, LC, Vice-Director, Pontifical Institute Notre Dame of Jerusalem Centre

10:00-10:45Lecture: Life and bioethics in the Jewish tradition

Dr. Yechiel Michael Barilan, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Coffee break

11: 00-11:45Lecture: Life and bioethics in the Islamic tradition

Dr. Mustafa Abu Sway, Al-Quds University of Jerusalem, Israel

12:00-13:00Testimonies: Interreligious dialogue on bioethical issues
Lunch Break

15:00-15:45Lecture: Life and bioethics in the Christian tradition

HEM. Elio Sgreccia, President FIBIP, Emeritus President of Pontifical Academy for Life

15:45-16:30Question period
Coffee Break

16:30 – 18:00

Round table discussions: “Priority agenda of interreligious dialogue in the areas of life and health issues, culture and bioethics”

Dr. Amnon Carmi, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, University of Haifa, Israel
Dr. Gonzalo Miranda, LC, Regina Apostolorum University, Rome, Italy
Dr. Mustafa Abu Sway, Al-Quds University of Jerusalem

18:30-19:00Concluding remarks

Dr. Alberto García, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights. Rome, Italy

20:30Dinner

 

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VII International Congress of FIBIP:

“Bioethics, Law and Religion in End of Life Issues”

December 14, 2009

(There will be simultaneous translation into Arab, English, Hebrew and Italian)
paper_registrationIf you desire to present a Paper in the Open Communications Session, please fill and sumbit this on-line Form
9:00-9:15Introductory remarks and greetings

HEM. Elio Sgreccia. President FIBIP. Emeritus President of Pontifical Academy for Life

Fr. Gonzalo Miranda, LC., School of Bioethics, Regina Apostolorum, Rome

Fr. Eamon Kelly, LC, Vice-Director, Pontifical Notre Dame of Jerusalem
Centre

9:15-10:00Lecture: Positive law, ethics and religion

Dr. Laura Palazzani, LUMSA University, Rome, Italy

10:00-10:45Lecture: Jewish bioethics on end of life issues

Dr. David Heyd, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

11:15-12:00

Round table discussions: Proportionality in therapy, Palliative care, Living WillsDr. Colleen M. Gallagher, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA
Dr. Jonathan Halevy, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem
Dr. Mustafa Abu Sway, Al-Quds University of Jerusalem


12:00-13:00Open Communications / Question Session
Lunch break

15:00-15:45Lecture: Christian bioethics on end of life issues

Fr. Gonzalo Miranda, LC, Regina Apostolorum University, Rome, Italy

15:45-16:30Lecture: Islamic bioethics on end of life issues

Dr. Mutairu Ezimokhai, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE

Coffee break

17:00-17:45Round table discussions: Death, Determination of death, and Euthanasia.

Dr. Maurizio Faggioni OFM, Alphonsian Academy, Rome, Italy
Dr. Jonathan Halevy, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem
Dr. Mustafa Abu Sway, Al-Quds University of Jerusalem

20:00Dinner

 

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On December 15, 2009 the FIBIP General Assembly will take place.
The meeting (for the member institutes and centers of FIBIP) will be in the morning at the Conference Room of the Pontifical Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center.

 

 

 

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The participation in the Conferences is free

  • These are the prices given by New Gate Tours for Accomodation and for the Tour of the Holly Land
  • See the tab “Practical Information”

PRICE PER PERSON FOR THE HOLE PROGRAM


Double Room: $1,100       € 790

Single Room:   $1,270       € 905

The Price include:  

  • Accommodation on Deluxe Hotel in Tiberias and Deluxe Pilgrim house in Jerusalem h/b basis (Breakfast & Dinner).
  • Gala Dinner
  • Lunches (Only the 1st day lunch and last day dinner is not included)
  • Transportation in deluxe buses as per program (08th, 09th, 10th, 11th and 12th of December).
  • Guiding fees of a English or Italian speaking guide (08th ,09th ,10th , 11th and 12th of December).
  • All entrance fees for the sites mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Tips for guide, bus driver, and hotel staff.
  • Spiritual book in Italian or English  for the holy sites.
  • Pilgrims Certificate.
  • Medical Insurance.
  • Pilgrims Kit.
  • One Transfer Hotel-Airport-Hotel. (08th and 15th of December) The Arrival and departure depends on the number of people that is arriving/leaving at the same flight hour.

The Price do not include:

  • Any personal expenses such as telephone calls, beverages, laundry, and medical insurance.

PRICE PER PERSON FOR THE CONFERENCES ONLY

  • The participation in the Conferences is free
  • These are the prices for Accommodation in Full Board Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (included Gala Dinner):

10th -15th December 2009:

  • Total Per Person in Double:  $599
  • Total Per in Person Single:    $809

12th – 15th December 200:

  • Total Per in Person Double: $375
  • Total Per in Person Single:   $501

11th -14th December 2009:

  • Total Per in Person Double: $375
  • Total Per in Person Single:   $501

 

 

Price include:

  • Accommodation on Pilgrim house in Jerusalem h/b basis (Breakfast & Dinner).
  • Accommodation for 4 nights and 3 days.
  • Gala Dinner the 13th December
  • Lunches (Only the 1st day lunch and last day dinner is not included)
  • Tips for the Hotel.
  • E-mail and Name of your husband.
  • Telephone

Price do not include:

  • Any personal expenses such as telephone calls, beverages, laundry, and medical insurance.
  • Transportation Airport-Hotel-Airport

 

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REGISTRATION FORM:
    • For the Travel and Accomodation arrangements, see the sections below.


    TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION ARRANGEMENTS
      • New Gate Tours is responsible for the practical aspects.
      • Here we put the information they offer in their web page
      • Please contact them:

      [email protected]

      All participants are individually responsible for obtaining their airplane tickets in and out of Israel. The
      date of arrival to Tel-Aviv is Tuesday, December 8. There will be minivans available to transport participants from the International Airport Ben Gurion toward Galilee, departing at 14:00 and 16:00 respectively. Please coordinate your travel arrangements to coincide with these bus schedules.

      New Gate Tours (www.newgatetours.com) which has a contract with Pontifical Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, will be responsible for the practical aspects of traveling arrangements, lodging and hotels our group during these days in the Holy Land. You are free to compare prices with other travel agents and arrange to stay at alternative hotels of choice. New Gate Tours will organize the pilgrimage to the different sites of the Holy Land by providing the tour buses. The prices of the different services and the conditions for payment will directly be managed by New Gate Tours, without mediation of FIBIP, the School of Bioethics, or the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights.

       


       

      In order to make the reservation they need:

       

      1. Passport Information (Name, Passport N°, Date of Birth, Nationality)

      2. Flight Details (Flight Number and Airline)

      3. Confirmation of the payment.

       

      The money should be transfer to the next a account:

      Bank: Bank of America

      Address: New Heaven 157 Church Street- New Heaven

      Beneficiary: New Gate to Peace Foundation, Inc.

      Account N°: 3852865429

      ABA: 026009593

      SWIFT: BOFAUSN3

      Reference: Bioethics Congress and Name of the participant.

       


       

      LOCATION OF THE CONFERENCES:

      Pontifical Institute Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center

      Paratroopers’ Road N° 3 – 91204 Jerusalem, Israel

      P.O. Box 20531 – Tel. 02/6279111 Fax. 02/6279120

      www.notredamecenter.org

      See de map

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      Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University

      School of Bioethics. The recent and breath-taking advances of medicine makes it important that medical technology is properly used to help build a better life for society and respect the dignity of every human person. For this reason, the School of Bioethics was founded in 2001 by the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical university in Rome to educate and train ethicists in the areas of biomedicine. www.uprait.org
      Master Science and Faith at Regina Apostolorum is part of STOQ Project (Science, Theology and the Ontological Quest) where some Pontifical Universities are involved: Lateran, Gregorian, Holy Cross, Salesian, St. Thomas and Urbanian supported by Pontifical Council of Culture and sponsored by John Templeton Foundation. www.stoqproject.it

      The International Federation of Bioethics Centers and Institutes of Personalist Inspiration (FIBIP), located in Rome, at the Bioethics Center of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, arises from the awareness that all decisions and guidelines appearing in the everprogressing domain of biomedical sciences and its innovative applications, will play a decisive role in the future of mankind; also putting at the center of every kind of scientific and cultural advance, an inviolable value, namely the pursuit of the common sake trough the promotion of the sake of the human person, from conception until death, unifying, on the other hand, intelligences and efforts in order to define in every situation all those values that can contribute towards realizing an authentic progress. www.fibip.org

      The Pontifical Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center has the following sections: A guest house for religious and pilgrims which also serves as an ecumenical and pastoral center for Jerusalem Christians, thus promoting the encounter between the local and universal Church; A professional promotion center for local Palestinian youth; A permanent exhibition “Who is the Man of the Shroud?” on the Shroud of Turin. By all of these means, the Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center intends to fulfill the mission entrusted to it by Pope John Paul II, who stated in his Decree, “We dedicate this Center to Our Lady of Jerusalem, Regina Pacis (Queen of Peace), and offer it to the world as a place of fruitful spiritual development.”
      www.notredamecenter.org


      UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights
      . Roma. Italy. The UNESCO Chair offers a university framework of reflection and study, providing information and fostering the application of bioethical principles in science, medicine and new technologies based on the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights. This chair is established by UNESCO in two Roman universities, the Università Europea di Roma and Regina Apostolorum Pontifical university. The chair also involves two UNITWIN privileged partners: Universidade Agostinho Neto (Luanda, Angola) and Universidad Anahuac (Mexico City). www.unescobiochair.org

      In collaboration with:

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      Thanks to our Sponsors:

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