The success of the recent citizens initiative “One of Us” finally ought to convince the EU Parliament to end the financing of research activities which presuppose the destruction of human embryos.
COMECE recalls that the EU has no competence in regard to this matter. EU citizens should not be misled.
A one day seminar entitled “Environmental protection and climate change as a challenge for policies – the role of ethics, lifestyles, solidarity and global justice” has concluded.
In an Opinion published today, the COMECE Reflection Group on Bioethics warns against some ethical shortcomings and proposes improvements to Proposals which will be voted in the European Parliament on 18 September.