On 16 October 2016, Board members composed of country focal points and the secretariat met in Cairo and discussed the structure and function of the BiNWIAR. They reviewed activities of the network carried out since 2011, discussed the way to … Continue reading →
Dr Sara A. Hanafy Pharmacist, Public Health Specialist, PhD candidate, Department of Epidemiology, High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria University, Egypt. Dr Sara would like to share her study that was done for the fulfillment of her Master degree in … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
#Bioethics News: A statement from the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) regarding the interpretation of genomic test results was published in @nature this week: https://t.co/lItcr0GgfJ
What constitutes “reasonableness” [in condordance requests] is a difficult question, and it is in judging the reasonableness of the request as it moves from one extreme of the continuum... to fuzzier areas that these requests become ethically challenging. https://t.co/6qJETxKwQV
#Bioethics News: Abortion typically motivates its opponents more than its supporters. But Democrats running to defeat President Trump in 2020 are trying to reverse that momentum by harnessing outrage against a slew of new state restrictions.
Bioethics News: Banning rape victims from getting abortions is a step too far for Republican Party leaders, who have publicly cringed at Alabama’s sweeping new law criminalizing abortion in nearly every case.