The Bioethics Network on Women’s Issues in the Arab region is initiated by UNESCO Cairo Office and experts in the region in view of opening a dialogue on ethical issues surrounding women’s health and welfare in the Arab region and to establish a network among experts and institutions working on these issues in the region and outside the region. Urgent issues to be addressed will be recognized and the activities to promote bioethics in women’s healthcare should be encouraged in the region.

You will find on this blog, articles from different authors, as well as comments and discussion about bioethic issues. You can also find precise information about the network and its contributors in the network page and about the role of UNESCO. Every article posted on this blog is classified by topics, to facilitate browsing. You will find the main article feed on this page, under this post.

Have a good reading.

This entry was posted in Application of bioethical principles in the region, Awareness raising and advocacy, Health care professionals and health care system, Research involving women’s participation, Scientific community and women, Social, cultural and economical impact on women and health, Women’s health related issues. Bookmark the permalink.

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