lunes, 8 de enero de 2018

Bioethical Debate

Bioethical Debate
Look for information about different  important bioethical subject such as:
New Fertility Procedure May Lead to ‘Embryo Farming’
Assisted Suicide
Designer Babies
Organ Transplant Market
Uses of The Human Genome as Public
DNA Patents,  ....

About all these Global problems Who  is that can decide the best option?
The state- Why?. The individual - Why ? Show your ideas in the debate

sábado, 6 de enero de 2018

Refugees

http://www.playagainstallodds.ca/

Play the game. At the end, answer:
  • Do you like play the game? Why yes or not
  • In what way the human rights are broken here with them? 
  • What do you think about the Liberty and Human Dignity in these situations?
Send me your answer by E-mail

Push  the link on the image

lunes, 18 de diciembre de 2017

Transplant cells, not organs




  1. Make the summary and comment the experience of Susan Lim
  2. Her   experience, is it moral or ethical character? Think your reply and explain the difference between both: Ethics and morals . Link 
  3. What kinds of values could be adequate relative to organs´s transplanted in the modern society?
  4. What do you know about the bioethics? link. Explain with your words.
  5. What is the best capacity  for a good professional: intellectual or ethical values? Explain your words

lunes, 13 de noviembre de 2017

The Gender Violence

The United Nations defines violence against women as "any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or mental harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life."


Risk factors
Factors found to be associated with intimate partner and sexual violence occur within individuals, families and communities and wider society. Some factors are associated with being a perpetrator of violence, some are associated with experiencing violence and some are associated with both.
Risk factors for both intimate partner and sexual violence include:

  • lower levels of education (perpetration of sexual violence and experience of sexual violence);
  • exposure to child maltreatment (perpetration and experience);
  • witnessing family violence (perpetration and experience);
  • antisocial personality disorder (perpetration);
  • harmful use of alcohol (perpetration and experience);
  • having multiple partners or suspected by their partners of infidelity (perpetration); and
  • attitudes that are accepting of violence and gender inequality (perpetration and experience).
Factors specifically associated with intimate partner violence include:
  • past history of violence;
  • marital discord and dissatisfaction;
  • difficulties in communicating between partners.
Factors specifically associated with sexual violence perpetration include:
  • beliefs in family honour and sexual purity;
  • ideologies of male sexual entitlement; and
  • weak legal sanctions for sexual violence.
The unequal position of women relative to men and the normative use of violence to resolve conflict are strongly associated with both intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence.  Tomado de WHO (World Health Organization) en ingles y en español.

Task:  For the trimester, we are about to prepare the shooting of the promotional clip of the Short Ethic Movies Festival (now in its 3th edition). That's the reason why you should propose ideas.  Something to should be done by all ethic students. Working in group, 2-3 people, with these items: 

What is Gender Violence? how we can to combat? ...

... a video around 3-5 minutes.
Remember, you can use all types of technological systems, with nice music related to movies or your personal creation.

lunes, 6 de noviembre de 2017

Human dignity

Why the Human Dignity?

Human Dignity is The Basis of Fundamental Human Rights
Human dignity is inviolable and it must be respected and protected. The dignity of the human person is not only a fundamental right in itself, but constitutes the basis of fundamental rights in international law.
The 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights enshrined this principle in its preamble: ‘recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world’.
For this reason the dignity of the human person is part of the substance of any right protected by international human rights law. It must, therefore, be respected, even where a right is restricted.




Human Dignity is at the Heart of Human Identity
Human dignity goes to the heart of human identity. Without dignity none of the protections of the various legal human rights mechanisms can have real meaning, which is why the concept has held, and continues to hold, a central place in the international human rights framework.

Tasks: 
  • Look for information about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: What, where, when, why, how, ...?
  • What Human Rights articles are relative with the human dignity?
  • What do you think, is possible the human dignity without freedom or equality? 
Link to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Link to Creation of declaration