Fourteenth Asian Bioethics Conference

14th Asian Bioethics Conference:
Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better Together

19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India

The 14th Asian Bioethics Conference 2013 (ABC14) of the Asian Bioethics Association will be the global bioethics event of 2013. Come to India, the home of Gandhi, the most influential philosopher of the twentieth century whose philosophy of ahimsa and action led to the decoloniation of the world from European domination, and transformed global society on the path to cooperation and knowledge exchange.

Paper presentation and participation are welcomed from academics, scholars, policy makers, students and enthusiasts in any disciplines, from expert to novice. Both members and non-members are welcome. Bioethics is the love of life, and examines the ethical, legal, scientific, and social and dimensions of decisions that affect life, society, environment, in all communities.
Abstracts should not be more than 300 words in English with 3-5 key words. It should also carry the full name(s) and contact details of the author(s). Kindly indicate 3 preferred sub-themes (from the list) that your abstract fits into.
Full paper should be between 5000-8000 words. In addition, the papers will be automatically included into the Best Paper competition. Selected papers will be offered to be published in special issues of the Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB)- the official journal of ABA.

Kindly submit your application and abstract using the form (also available on ABA website, Proposals for sessions can also be made.
You can download the flyer and registration form from

(Includes accommodation, breakfast, lunches and dinners for 5 days at the venue)
ABA Members: USD 150.00
Non- ABA Members: USD 200.00
Students USD 70.00

Address for correspondence and registration
Dr. M. Selvanayagam,
Director, Loyola Institute of Frontier Energy (LIFE),
Loyola College, Chennai 600034, Tamil nadu, India

Abstract review is underway, do not miss out on the chance to join us to discuss the state of bioethics in the world from a Southern perspective!


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