Conferences, projects and special events held in cooperation with friends in Portugal
Extensive B.I.O. e-learning programmes in biopolicy and sustainable development
B.I.O. President, Prof. Agni Vlavianos Arvanitis was the guest of honor and closing ceremony keynote speaker at a three-day conference themed “Land of justice – causes and values for humanity.” The conference was a special tribute to the work and vision of Maria de Jesus Barroso Soares, an enlightened leader dedicated to the promotion of human dignity and values for peace. The event was hosted by the Municipality of Fafe, under the auspices of Mayor Raoul Cunha, and was attended by international personalities and dignitaries. Read more
President’s interview in IM MAGAZINE Portugal
Main speaker at Dr Maria de Jesus Barroso Soares’ ceremony for the publication of her book Não às armas. Contents, UNRIC Bulletin (portug. p 18), Pro Dignitate Bulletin (portug. p. 4)
Inclusions in a special issue on de-growth by the University of Barcelona, a book by the Club of Rome on “Which Forces are Driving Europe”.
Cooperation in the B.I.O. e-learning programme “Biopolicy – Education to Enrich Sustainability.”
B.I.O. International Conference held to inaugurate the B.I.O. Division created in Portugal, under the auspices of the Medical School of the University of Oporto. Dr. Maria Barroso Soares graciously accepts the position of President of the B.I.O. Division in Portugal, an initiative of Professors Daniel Serrao and Rui Nunes of the Department of Bioethics, University of Oporto. Other members of the Division’s Executive Committee include: Professor Christina Nunes, Dr. Jose Belmiro and Dr. Sandra Aparicio BioNews, No. 38 April 2004 p.1 , BioNews No. 40 Oct. 2004, p.15
B.I.O. President delivers keynote presentation at the Second National Congress on Bioethics at Oporto University.
Professor Antonio Manuel de Sousa Otto, Director of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Portugal, participates in the Fourth B.I.O. International Conference on the “International University for the Bio¬Environment” and contributes to the volume of proceedings.
Professor Antonio Manuel de Sousa Otto, Director of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Portugal, participates in the First B.I.O. International Conference on “Biopolitics and International Cooperation” and contributes to the volume of proceedings.