Category Archives: Application of bioethical principles in the region

Women’s body and biomedical intervention – Conference in Tunisia

Dear All Members, Women’ s day passed almost unnoticeably in Hungary. But in December we had a very fruitful conference in Tunisia on the women’s body and biomedical interventions. Please click on this link to read the Program (in French): Plaquette … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day

8 March is recognized by the United Nations System as the International Women’s Day. In ideal world, I suppose that we do not need such a day to focus specially on women. Unfortunately, in many parts of the world, developing … Continue reading

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Third Ministerial Meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) on the Advancement of Women in Doha – 2012

Dear All Members of the Network, In the following link, you can find a press coverage of the Third Ministerial Meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) on the Advancement of Women held in Doha, from February 12th to 14th, 2012. … Continue reading

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Presentation of the key speakers – 2nd part

Dear All Members & Viewers, Kindly find here the power point presentation of the key speakers of the first session  (7 December 2011) of the First Conference of the “Bioethics Network on Women’s Issues in the Arab Region”: Carolyn Ells, … Continue reading

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Presentations of the key speakers now available

Dear All Members & Viewers, Kindly find here the power point presentations of the key speakers of the second session  (8 December 2011) of the First Conference of the “Bioethics Network on Women’s Issues in the Arab Region”. Dr. Orio … Continue reading

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Bioethics Lecture on “egg trade”

Dear members of the network and viewers, I would like to share with you a video version of a Bioethics Lecture on “egg trade” which was given at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary within the Anniversary Lecture Series. Link of the … Continue reading

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Growing Number of Mothers Participating in Clinical Trials to Make Ends Meet

Growing Number of Mothers Participating in Clinical Trials to Make Ends Meet http://abcnews.go.com/Health/growing-number-mothers-participating-clinical-trials-make-ends/story?id=14999849#.TssDSWCELo1

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Welcome

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 … Continue reading

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