In celebration of the International Women’s Day, a conference on “Equity in Access to Quality Health Care Service and Information” will be organized at Al Azhar University on 9 April 2016 in cooperation with the International Islamic Center for Population Studies and Research (IICPSR), UNESCO Cairo Office, the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology in Egypt, National Commission for UNESCO, and the Salim El-Hoss Bioethics & Professionalism Program (SHBPP) of the American University of Beirut.
The conference will discuss ethical challenges of equity in health care, informed consent issues for women, religious perspectives on ethics of health care and bioethics education in medical schools. Bioethics experts from Beirut, Egypt, religious leaders and policy makers are expected to give presentations. This conference will be organized in support of the Bioethics Network for Women’s Issues in the Arab Region (BiNWIAR).
Working language of the conference is Arabic.
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To celebrate the International Women’s Day, UNESCO will organize in cooperation with the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology in Egypt, National Commission for UNESCO and universities a series of conferences to promote Bioethics and Rights of Women. The first conference will be held at Ain Shams University in Cairo on 9 March 2016.
The title of conference is “Bioethical Challenges related to women” that will discuss ethical challenges in doctor patient relationship, informed consent issues, ethical issues pertaining victims of gender based violence and bioethical education in medical schools.
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, Qatar University in cooperation with the Protection and Social Rehabilitation Center will organize an event “Empowering Women for What You Deserve” on 8 March 2016. Dr Khalid Al Ali, Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs Qatar University, a board member of BiNWIAR will present the mission and the work of BiNWIAR during the event.
on 7 March, as a part of the series of celebration for the International Women’s Day in Egypt, Dr Sanaa Batros, a board member of BiNWIAR from Egypt participated in an event organized by the El Sawy Culturalwheel and gave a speech on “Research and development and the need to work within international ethical guidelines”.
During the event, several experts spoke about women’s health related issues and media image of women in Egypt. After the talks, Zumba and Wendo workshops heated up the participants.
8 March is the International Women’s Day and many events are planned during the whole month of March across the region to discuss challenges that women are facing in the Arab region and promote the BiNWIAR.
Please share any activities that you have for celebration of the International Women’s Day in relation to issues that we are addressing in our network.
On 8 February 2014, a regional conference on “Bioethics Issus for Women: Ethics of reproductive health – Social and political conditions in Arab countries” will be organized in Beirut as the first regional activity of the Network after the establishment of the advisory board. During the conference, experts from Algeria, Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Sudan and Tunisia will give a presentation on challenges surrounding women with regard to reproductive health in their countries. On this occasion, the first advisory board meeting of the BiNWIAR will be held as well in order to adopt a road map of the network to translate various issues identified during the conference into concrete actions.
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The first advisory board of the Bioethics Network on Women’s Issues in the Arab Region is established in August 2013. The advisory board consists of experts from the Arab countries who function as country focal points of the network as well. The advisory board will soon discuss and prepare a workplan of the network for the year of 2014 – 2015.
Advisory board/Country focal points
In April 2013, the International Conference on Women in Science and Technology in the Arab Countries was held in Kuwait organized by the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research. Some of the members of the Bioethics Network on Women’s Issues in the Arab Regions (BiNWIAR) also participated in this conference.
On the second day of the conference, BiNWIAR was presented and well received by the participants. It is referred in an article of SciDveNet as one of the few successful examples of networking in the Arab region.
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At the closure of the conference, following statement was adopted by the participants.
Kuwait closing statement
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