Global Summit of National Ethics Committees: An Essential Tool for International Dialogue and Consensus-Building
Ho, W Calvin
Indian journal of medical ethics 2011 Jul-Sep; 8(3): 154-7
July 2010, important decisions were taken to ensure the continuity Held for the first time in 1996, the Global Summit of National of activities between the Summits. This article intends to briefly Ethics Committees (NECs) is a key platform for dialogue and retrace the history and analyse the role and functioning of the fostering consensus on ethical issues at a global level. At the Global Summit. It also discusses future challenges for international Eighth Global Summit meeting, which took place in Singapore in collaboration of NECs.
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