Genome Editing and the ethics of risk. When is a risk morally acceptable or not?
By Dino Trescher, EUSJA Science and Technology are part of the daily modern life and impact on most human beings, both in the developed and developing world. As the French philosopher and sociologist Bruno Latour argues: “Technology is society made…
Meet SATORIAN Profiles
The SATORI Project is performed by people with skill, engagement and ethics in mind Meet some of them HERE…
SATORI training Belgrade
By Dalibor Petrović, Professor of Sociology, University of Belgrade, Center for the Promotion of Science associate Towards the end of November 2016 Belgrade hosted one of SATORI training sessions aimed at introducing regional ethics experts and young researchers of various…
Ethical assessment in Serbia: between insistence and resistance
Although ethical assessment is not sufficiently rooted in Serbian institutions, certain ethical dilemmas seem to pervade the public discourse. These include constant assessments of (un)ethical behavior of various individuals, from politicians, doctors and scientists to common people and their daily moral struggles.
Introducing ethics of R&I in Serbia
The Center for the Promotion of Science (CPN) is the SATORI project’s partner in Serbia. Contrary to the rest of the partners in the consortium Serbia, is not yet a full member of the EU and issues of ethics in…
Can we develop a standard agreement for ethics impact assessment of R&I? Join us to find out!
It has been a busy summer for the SATORI project. Following a year and a half with intense study of global ethics assessment practices, we could finally publish the results of our hard work on the website: 1 main report…