The Brazilian Society of Bioethics (SBB) and the Center for the Study of Bioethics, from Portugal, are the organizers of next IX Luso-Brazilian Meeting on Bioethics and III Lusophone Meeting on Bioethics, in partnership with the Catholic University of Portugal. The meeting, which takes place between September 15th and 17th 2016, with the theme Global Protection and Development, will be on Foz Campus, at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Rua Diogo de Botelho, 1327.
Access the website of the Meeting here.
The Organization invites the interested parties to submit their proposals for free paper and/or poster on the subjects: Environmental Protection and development: ethical issues (smoking, quality of life in the cities and genetically modified organisms, among others); Social Protection and development: ethical issues (Human work, Leisure Occupation and Responsible Citizenship); and Health Protection and development: ethical issues (funding and the right to health, access to new therapies and ill-treatment).
* Registration for the IX Luso-Brazilian Meeting on Bioethics and III Lusophone Meeting on Bioethics can be made at the official website of the event, at the cost of 100 € until July 1st, and 150 €, until September 12th.
1st Day (September 15th)
|16h30||Opening of the Secretariat / document delivery|
The impact of ethical concerns in the development of societies
2nd Day (September 16th)
MORNING: “ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT”
|08h00||Opening of the Secretariat|
Environmental protection – challenges for bioethics in a global world
Take care of our house – the bioethical implications of a common responsibility
environmental protection and development – ethical issues
AFTERNOON: “SOCIAL PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT”
Social protection and development: ethical issues
Bioethics and biopolitics: a “look” on the iniquities
Global development policies
3rd Day (September 17th)
“SOCIAL PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT”
Health protection and development: ethical issues
|09h15||Bioethics in UNESCO|
To be born, live and die in a global world: from fragility to protection
Global health, development and bioethics
|12h45||Closure session of the IX ELBB|