Eubios Ethics Institute
All the publications of Eubios Ethics Institute are registered in the National Library of New Zealand, and Japanese language ones are also registered in Japan. The provision of the materials, including the Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) and books on this site from all bodies are intended to open information to people around the world.
Eubios Ethics Institute is determined to encourage practical activities built upon the results of research to implement policy, consistent with the goals and needs of various communities around the world. This web site was created to disseminate information, and contains thousands of files. Since 1990 we also host the websites of some independent entities and reports.
We are open to and consultation on the full range of topics in applied ethics, youth empowerment, bioethics research, environmental ethics, and in the past have been involved in contracted research for a wide variety of areas including bioethics education across more than twenty countries of the world, community engagement for genetically modified organisms, community engagement for the Haplotype Mapping (HapMap) project in human genetics, informed consent, and public attitudes to life, science and technology. Although most activities have been conducted in Asia and the Pacific, projects have also been undertaken in every continent, and a good life is a right for every person regardless of age or ethnic origin.
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