Working papers on gender and bioethics
An international conference held at Kazan State Medical University, Kazan, Russian Federation, in November 2011, explored a wide range of bioethics cases in view of promoting gender equality. The collected working papers (speeches and summaries) are published, below, in their original languages (Russian or English).
This conference covered specific challenges to promoting gender equality in public health, research, and education examining in particular the plight of women and girls among vulnerable populations; it assessed the ethical principles of equality, benefit sharing, and human dignity in application.
Among the speakers were bioethicists, such as Mrs Wendy Rogers, Mrs Lisa Eckenwiler, Mrs Jyotsna Gupta, Mrs Deborah Diniz, Mrs Fatima Alvarez-Castillo, Mr Yandisa Sikweyiya, Mr Vasil Gluchman and Mrs Itziar Lecuona, and a number of experts from the region, such as Mrs Marina Guryleva, Mr Konstantin Gurevich, and Mrs Farida Nezhmetdinova.
- Bioethics and Gender in Byelorussia: moral, legal and socio-cultural aspects
- Ethical issues and challenges in bioethics education from a gender perspective
Jyotsna Agnihotri Gupta
- Gender and ethical aspects of the provision of medical services
Konstantin G. Gurevich
- Gender antinomy. The philosophical approach to gender harmony
Nathan M. Solodukho
- Health Problems and Prospects of Women with Special Reference to India
- Main ethical issues and challenges in bioethics from the gender perspective in Education: the work of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics at the University of Barcelona
Itziar de Lecuona
- On the Regional Peculiarities of the Feminine and Masculine Phobias
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