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Foucault and Identity Politics: Strange Bedfellows

You don’t have to look far to find critiques regarding recent trends in ‘identity politics’. Whether it is resisting calls to sanitise curriculums, questioning… 916 more words


When Defenders Bring Disease: The U.N. Cannot Cure Cholera Crisis After Causing the Epidemic

For more than six years, Haiti has been fighting a Cholera epidemic caused when Nepalese U.N. peacekeepers leaked waste into the water supply. In December, the former U.N. 184 more words


New NICE “budget impact test” is flawed attempt to solve a political problem, argue GHSM Vicki Charlton and Annette Rid in a new BMJ editorial

A new “budget impact test”, to be applied by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), is an unpopular and flawed attempt to solve a fundamentally political problem, argue experts in The BMJ today. 463 more words


CALL FOR PAPERS Humans, the Enhanced, and Machines in Law - Science in Public Conference July 10-12, 2017, University of Sheffield

Science and technology are essential ingredients of our humanity. The emergence of fruitful and diverse scholarly perspectives on the history, practice, communication, governance and impacts of scientific knowledge reflects this fact. 494 more words


Tuesday March 28th -Careers in Bioethics with Kate Harvey Senior Research Officer Nuffield Council on Bioethics

I am delighted to announce that Ms Kate Harvey, Senior Research Officer at  the Nuffield Council on Bioethics and King’s alumna, is coming to King’s  share her experience and tips about a career in bioethics next Tuesday. 94 more words


20.3.,19:00 Yardımcı üreme tekniklerinin sosyokültürel etkileri / Prof. Dr. Mercan

Yardımcı üreme tekniklerinin sosyokültürel etkileri / Prof. Dr. Ramazan Mercan

Orient-Institut Istanbul – sunum ilgililere açıktır, sunum dili türkçe’dir

Tarih : 20-03-2017, saat 19:00… 237 more words

Medicine & Society

The Moral Status of Global Commercial Surrogacy

The topic at hand is the moral status of commercial global surrogacy, an activity in which one party commissions another party from a foreign country to carry an embryo to term. 1,484 more words