The following presents a list of workshops that have been organized by the COST Action IS1201 on Disaster Bioethics or that have been organized by third parties with a significant contribution of our COST action. Please follow the links in order to find more information and documentation about the respective workshops.

Call for Applications/Future workshops

  • Workshops to be held between September 2015 and May 2016 will be announced soon

Reports and Material of Past Workshops

  • Ethics and Epidemics
    Joint workshop organized in co-operation between COST Action IS1201 on Disaster Bioethics and the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Health Ethics Unit, and co-funded by COST, WHO, 3U Global Health and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
    Held at Dublin City University in Ireland, 25-26 May 2015
    More information will be added soon
  • Moral Theories and Disaster
    Joint workshop organized in co-operation between COST Action IS1201 on Disaster Bioethics and the Institute of Ethics and Bioethics, University of Presov, Slovakia.
    Held in Presov, Slovakia, 13-15 May 2015
    More information
  • Culture and Gender in Disaster Situations
    A workshop held to investigate the subjects of violence, death, and empathy in disasters from culture and gender perspectives.
    Held at University College London in the UK, 17-18 April 2015
    More information will be added soon
  • Research Ethics in Disaster Medicine: The Challenge of Vulnerable Subject
    Joint workshop organised by the COST Action on Disaster Bioethics and the Instituto de Ética Clínica Francisco Vallés of the Universidad Europea de Madrid
    Held on 7-8 October 2014 in Madrid (Spain)
    More information
  • Disaster bioethics and the refugee crisis
    Joint workshop organised by the COST Action on Disaster Bioethics and the Centre for Ethics (University of Tartu, Estonia)
    Held on 13-14 February 2014 in Tartu (Estonia)
    More information
  • Disaster Justice
    Common workshop of the COST Action and the University of Copenhagen's excellence program for interdisciplinary research project "Changing Disasters"
    Held on 27-28 February 2014 in Copenhagen (Denmark)
    More information

 

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