Bishop Anthony Fisher on many of the important moral and bio-ethical issues of our time

Most Rev. Anthony Fisher OP, was Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, Australia and served as Coordinator of Sydney\’s World Youth Day 2008. He is now Ordinary of the Diocese of Parramatta in Australia. Bishop Fisher received a doctorate in bioethics from the University of Oxford in 1995 and became the founding Director of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Melbourne. Join Fr. Thomas Rosica who interviews Bishop Fisher on the scientific dilemmas around stem cells and many of the important moral and bio-ethical issues of our time.

Source: Salt and Light

UNESCO – Global Ethics Observatory (GEObs)

f2b279bf52-1The Bioethics Committee of the FIAMC draws your attention to the Global Ethics Observatory (GEObs) of the UNESO, a system of databases with worldwide coverage in bioethics and other areas of applied ethics in science and technology such as environmental ethics, science ethics, and technology ethics. GEObs is available in UNESCO’s six official languages, of which we share the links in English, French and Spanish.

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