Southern Cross Bioethics Institute

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URL: http://www.bioethics.org.au/

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Founded

1983-04-18

History

18 Apr 1983, as Dietrich Bonhoeffer International Institute for Bioethical Studies. Current name adopted, 28 May 1987, when became part of Southern Cross Care. Closed 2012.

Aims

Analyse in depth the urgent bioethical issues confronting human society with a special emphasis on public policy formation, aged care, reproductive technology, end-of-life decisions, and genetic manipulation.

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UIA Org ID

XG3043

Last News

2005

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