Though ethicists have examined the ethics of humanitarian priority-setting–including around the initiation of humanitarian projects–to our knowledge, none have undertaken a focused examination of the ethics of closing humanitarian projects.
It is critical to examine the ethical implications of closing projects and consider how closure can be accomplished in ways that are consistent with humanitarians’ ethical commitments including minimizing harm, being accountable, upholding impartiality and neutrality, and demonstrating respect.
In partnership with Médecins du Monde-Canada, the team is made up of Matthew Hunt, Ryoa Chung, Lisa Eckenwiler and John Pringle.
Find out more about the project here:
The Global Forum on Bioethics in Research will hold a two-day meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, on 28-29 November 2017 on the theme of: “the ethics of alternative clinical trial designs and methods in low- and middle- income country research”.
The CALL IS NOW OPEN for:
- CALL FOR CASE STUDIES
- CALL FOR PROPOSALS ON GUIDANCE AND POLICY ISSUES
- CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
See the following link for more details and information:
If you have any questions about this call please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applications should be sent to email@example.com by 21.00 BST on Tuesday 30 May 2017, in English. Please specify in the subject line whether you are applying to attend, present a case study or present on guidance or a policy issue. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Final Conference of the COST Action IS 1201 “Disaster Bioethics”
Dublin City University, Ireland
3-4 October 2016
Those interested in presenting a paper or poster at the conference should submit an abstract of no more than 250 words by 31st July 2016. The abstract should be attached as a Word document to an email addressed to DisasterBioethics@dcu.ie with “DUBLIN Abstract” in the Subject line. The email should state clearly if you wish to present orally, or with a poster, or either. Oral presentations will be for 20 minutes, followed by 5 minutes Q&A.