2008 Annual Conference - Human Dignity: What is it, and how should we respect it?
Date: 19th Jan 08
Organisers: Scottish Council on Human Bioethics, Ethics and Medicine Trust
Participants: About 130 people were present.
- Welcome - Mary Kearns (SCHB Chairperson)
- The concept of human dignity - Professor Kenneth Boyd
- How is human dignity protected in law? - Professor Graeme Laurie
- Human Dignity and postmodern bioethics - Dr Mary Ford
- Human Dignity and contemporary challenges - Professor Mona Siddiqui
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