“These meetings were very useful and due to the meetings, I am more able to deal with the moral dimension of my work.” (Participant of a community of practice on ethics)
A workshop to address ethical, sociological and normative-political questions concerning the assumption that patient organizations (POs) represent a larger group of affected persons and the justification of advocacy by others. Continue reading (Self-)representation; One for All, All for One?
Vienna deputy Mayor Maria Vassilakou visited Utrecht (NL) and we interviewed her about Caring Cities.
The Town That Took on the Taxman, a revealing documentary on tax policies. Continue reading It’s just about fair play, tax policies revealed
A striking concern with austerity policies and its consequences for citizens and social workers. That is the central impression I’ve got at the conference, organized by the journal Ethics and Social Welfare, on Sept. 1-2, 2016 in London.
The objective of the 6th edition of this course is to foster exchanges on foundational and methodological approaches as well as on contemporary and educational issues in nursing ethics. Continue reading Course on Nursing Ethics