Bioethics

Taming the European Leviathan Workshop—I. Themes and Contextualization

November 4, 2021

Taming the European Leviathan:

The Legacy of Post-War Medicine and the Common Good

Historical Contexts of an Ethical and Legal Analysis of Biomedicine

Budapest Workshop - I.

 

History, constitution and identity in Hungary (conference in Hungarian!) - Történelem, alkotmány és identitás Magyarországon

Történelem, alkotmány és identitás Magyarországon
2021. november 18. (csütörtök)

TK Jogtudományi Intézet, 1097 Budapest, Tóth Kálmán utca 4. és online

9.00 – 9.15
Megnyitó

“Legal Reflections on the Changing Concept of the Human Body in the Twenty-First Century” - seminar by Judit Sandor

The University Research Priority Program "Human Reproduction Reloaded" | H2R invited young scholars (particularly PhD researchers and postdocs) interested in biomedical ethics and law and related fields to the seminar “Legal Reflections on the Changing Concept of the Human Body in the Twenty-First Century”. 

The seminar is given by Prof. Judit Sándor, director of the Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine at Central European University in Vienna and visiting professor at the University of Zurich. It takes place in English on 25 October 2021 from 9.15 – 11.15 am.

Nordic Permed Law Symposium, Uppsala

Nordic Permed Law Symposium, Uppsala

3-4 November, 2021

“Genome Editing, Health innovation, and Responsible Regulation”

Participant: Judit Sandor

Program

November 3
09:00-12:30

Seminars organized by Research Ethics in Medicine Study Group (REMEDY)

Seminars organized by Research Ethics in Medicine Study Group (REMEDY) with presentations by Peter Kakuk on "Research ethics and research integrity: The use of cases and The Embassy of Good science platform" and on "Ethics review in public health emergency: Experiences from the WHO Covid-19 ERC".

Eastern Platform Tartu Seminar 2021 - FREEDOM AND UNFREEDOM IN CRITICAL TIMES: LIBERALISM AND ILLIBERALISM IN CENTRAL, EASTERN AND BALTIC EUROPE

Judit Sandor will present at the

Eastern Platform Tartu Seminar 2021 - FREEDOM AND UNFREEDOM IN CRITICAL TIMES:

LIBERALISM AND ILLIBERALISM IN CENTRAL, EASTERN AND BALTIC EUROPE

DAY 2 / OCTOBER 15 /
09:30 – 11:00 Panel: After / Beyond the Covid Pandemic: A New Biopolitical Curtain?

EnTIRE end-conference: A European RI platform for the global research community October 25th - 26th 2021

Research Fellow, Peter Kakuk will present at the final conference of the EnTIRE project focusing on research ethics and integrity.

EnTIRE end-conference:

Law Library of Congress’s 2021 Human Rights Day

September 8, 2021

Each year, the Law Library commemorates Human Rights Day with a special program that promotes understanding and recognition of a critical social, economic, or cultural human rights issue. In previous years, we hosted a number of events highlighting various aspects of this topic - such as Contact Tracing and the Right of Privacy, Impact of the Women’s Suffrage Movement Today, Repatriating Native American Cultural Property and Remains, Human Rights in Eastern Europe, Islamic Law reform, Rights of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons, and many more.

“Freedom and Unfreedom in Critical Times: Liberalism and Illiberalism in Central, Eastern and Baltic Europe” conference

September 8, 2021

14-15 October 2021 Tartu, Estonia

“Freedom and Unfreedom in Critical Times: Liberalism and Illiberalism in Central, Eastern and Baltic Europe” conference

organized by the Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies, University of Tartu, in cooperation with the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Participant: Judit Sandor 

Panel title:  A new biopolitical curtain

Webinar: Global bioethics after the Covid-19 pandemic

The European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare (ESPMH)

and the

Center for Bioethics & Biolaw (University of Warsaw) invite you to a webinar on