Church in Europe
Malta’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union offers the Church the opportunity to revitalize faith in the European project, says the Archbishop of Malta Charles J. Scicluna.
Just how far will artificial intelligence replace humans? Will it help mankind or will it turn humans into helpless onlookers?
Despite the existence of greater social awareness of this criminal activity and the build-up of expertise in the Member States, two major challenges remain: obtaining better data and fighting new forms of trafficking.
Gene editing under the scrutiny of the European Union.
A growing need for palliative care requires a better understanding of its ethical intricacies
Pope Francis sheds light on the issue of animal protection.
A broad consensus can be reached to start curbing practices that contravene human dignity.
Research and health in the Commission’s Work Programme.
European Group on Ethics
The amazing world of Synthetic Biology and its challenges for the EU.
European Court of Human Rights
The Strasbourg Court made judgements in what is increasingly becoming an ethical, judicial and political issue across Europe.
The rejection by the European Commission of the initiative ‘One of Us’ leads to the weakening of this innovatory democratic instrument.