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

lunes, 16 de octubre de 2017

The person's dignity in the human beings: The modern slavery

After the video  made the worksheet video, we review our ideas.
Answer these questions too:
What conditions a person have to have  to achieve its fully develop?
What the Liberty mean ?  made a definition
and the Equality? made a definition too
What the dignity mean ?  made a definition
It is possible to live in liberty, dignity and equality? What do you think?

One woman´s Story

Are there rules for Being a Human Being?

 Who I am?  How to Create a Personal Identity

The development of a unique personal identity is a complex and intricate process that involves a variety of factors.

Some ideas for the debate:
  • Growth requires pain?
  • You will learn as long as you live
  • There is a positive lesson in every life experience
  • True beauty lives under the skin
  • Only you know what you’re capable of
  • Your love creates your happiness.
  • You earn respect by being respectful
  • Negativity poisons the soul
  • Your health is your life
  • Letting go is part of moving on to something better 
  • Every moment is a gift for us
  • Your choices design your life  
  • Be honest above all.
  • Take tough decisions, work hard, sweat and your life will be better. 
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  • Maybe, ¿others?
Task:  Work with a group of  classmates. 
Are there rules to be a human being?
What do you think about  these ideas, can help you?
How we should create a Personal Identity?

Send me the conclusions.

lunes, 2 de octubre de 2017

What is the difference betwen human beings and animals?

In their activities and interests, humans and animals have several characteristics in common:
  • Animals eat. Human beings also have to eat.
  • Animals sleep. Human beings also need sleep.
  • Animals have sex to procreate. Humans also have sex.
  • Animals defend themselves; they fight. Human beings also have to defend themselves.
Despite the similarities, there is a fundamental difference between human beings and animals. What is that difference?

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The Difference Between Humans and Animals
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lunes, 25 de septiembre de 2017

domingo, 24 de septiembre de 2017

Wellcome


Wellcome to Biligual Ethics Pproject!

A new year begin and we need to do a new work. But we need to enjoy with the work. It´s the reason we use this blog to work the ethical subject.

lunes, 8 de mayo de 2017

Citizen participation

  1. How do people can participate in the political process other way than voting? Explain

  2. What do the father think about politicians on the comic?

  3. Do you have enough knowledge about your politicians when you go to vote?

  4. Investigate the different ways to participate in political life 

  5. Do you think that the public opinion have the  power to influence on the political life?  how could do it? 

  6. Really, There is a Fourth power?  Investigate what is that.

 

lunes, 20 de marzo de 2017

Democratic System


 Link to the video

Ideas for the debate with Ross: Why is the concept of a democracy in crisis?

Democracy has always been in crisis: democracy is all about practicing the art of bearable dissatisfaction. In democratic societies, people often complain about their leaders and their institutions. The gap between the ideal democracy and the existing one cannot be solved.


When you ask  people to reflect on,  Do you really believe that you can influence politics?” many people in very well-established democracies don’t believe that their voice matters anymore. For example, the latest data for Greece and Italy is that only 15% of Greeks and 18% of Italians believe that their voice really matters.


Paradoxically, part of the problems of democracy is that today almost everybody claims his sympathy for the principle of self-government.
Differences betwen Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches
Some links: Link 1, link 2 , link 3 link 4link 5, link 6

 3/2/1

  • 3 Main ideas in this video
  • 2  Questions 
  • 1 Analogy, summary or conclusion

lunes, 13 de marzo de 2017

Put a value on nature

Task:
How many Environmental Problems are quote on the video?
The Mother Nature only has one  ecological infrastructure and that  is your  natural capital. Do you think we can afford too much of such ethical choices?.
These problems have a cost, to whom should this get paid?
Under one Principle of Responsibility how do you think we have to  act?

domingo, 5 de marzo de 2017

Ethical philosophies: Kant, Mill, Plato, Aristotle


Investigate and create in group (2 people) a  presentation  about  the ethical philosophy of: Mill, Kant, Epicurus, Stoics, Platón Aristoteles.
Mill: link 1, Link 2link 3
Kant: Link 1, link 2,
Epicurus: Link1, link 2,
Stoics: Link1, link 2,
Plato: Link 1, link 2, link 3,
Aristotle Link 1, link 2,
    1. You make a presentation with your ethical philosophy.
    2. You look for a video or one image that show your ethical philosophy. You can create the image.
    3. Your group explain us your specific ethic.
    4. Prepare a summary for your mates.
    5. Give us two reasons to choose  your specific  ethic

    lunes, 16 de enero de 2017

    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