Manchester workshop on Reproductive Public Heath Ethics
Christian Munthe organises Manchester workshop on Reproductive Public Heath Ethics
Christian Munthe, professor of practical philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, has been selected to organise a session on the topic of Reproductive public health ethics at the conference MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, arranged by the Centre for Political Theory at the University of Manchester, 8-10 September.
During the session, 13 specially selected presenters from the Netherlands, Romania, Sweden and the UK will give talks on different aspects of this novel research theme, which combines elements of reproductive bioethics, public health ethics, population ethics and biopolitics, touching the basis of social decisions regarding the sizing, composition and growth of the population.
The webpage of the session and the conference is here.