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Ethics Education Programme (EEP)  
Ethics Education Programme (EEP)
During the 32nd UNESCO General Conference (2003), Member States expressed the need to initiate and support teaching programs in ethics, not only in bioethics but in all scientific and professional education. On the basis of these recommendations and statements, UNESCO initiated the Ethics Education Programme in 2004.
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  Ethics Teacher Training Course in Croatia   Ethics Teacher Training Course in Croatia
10-03-2010 (UNESCO) - Ethics Teacher Training Courses are set up in order to provide training to ethics teachers with the purpose to enhance their skills and abilities. They aim particularly on training a younger generation of teachers so that ethics teaching programs in the near future can expand and improve in all Member States of UNESCO. The next course will take place at the Inter University Centre in Dubrovnik (Republic of Croatia) from 28 June to 2 July 2010.  More...

 

  Regional workshop of experts in ethics teaching in Dakar   Regional workshop of experts in ethics teaching in Dakar
17-03-2009 (UNESCO) - From 18 to 20 March 2009, a workshop of experts from Botswana, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Namibia and Nigeria was held in Dakar (Senegal). Existing teaching programmes in the field of bioethics and ethics were discussed and analysed.  More...

 




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