Next KCL/UCL Bioethics Colloquium Thursday March 5th: Noam Zohar on “The struggle for freedom of childbirth in Israel: Can the Ethics Council help?”

We look forward to seeing you for the next session of the KCL/UCL Joint Bioethics Colloquium on Thursday. Rosamund Scott, who was scheduled to speak on the European Convention on Human Rights and Abortion Law, kindly surrendered her slot to Professor Noam Zohar.

Professor Noam Zohar

Professor Noam Zohar

Noam is currently a visiting scholar at King’s Centre for Medical Law and Ethics. He is a Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Graduate Program in Bioethics at Bar Ilan University in Israel, and a member of the Israeli National Bioethics Council. We are delighted to hear about his project on the freedom of childbirth.

When: 5 March 2015, 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Where: SW 1.17 William Robinson (KCL Strand Campus, Law School, East Wing of Somerset House)

Noam Zohar: The struggle for freedom of childbirth in Israel: Can the Ethics Council help? 

Continuing session in the  Knight’s Templar

In addition, we are delighted to announce that Chris Mills from the UCL Centre for Ethics and Law has agreed to speak about reproductive autonomy on 7 May.

For inquiries contact Dr Annette Rid, Senior Lecturer in Bioethics & Society and co-convenor of the series with Dr James Wilson from UCL.

Applications for the MA in Bioethics & Society for 2015/16 are now open! Please click here for more information about the programme and here about funding opportunities.

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