Category Privacy and Trust

Georgia, We Have a Problem: Surrogacy and Exploitation

Winifred Badaiki describes exploitation in the surrogacy industry in the Republic of Georgia and urges decision-makers to change the status quo.

Exceptionalizing Mental Illness & Medical Assistance in Dying

Daryl Pullman examines the argument that prohibiting medical assistance in dying for people whose sole underlying condition is mental illness unfairly exceptionalizes mental illness.

Mandating COVID-19 vaccines? Response to nonsense objections

Colleen M. Flood, Bryan Thomas, and Kumanan Wilson rebut Juan Gérvas’s contention that there is insufficient justification for mandating health care worker vaccination against COVID-19.

Global Survey on Ethics in Long Term Care during COVID-19

Angel Petropanagos, Preet Gandhi, and Nipa Chauhan announce the launch of the Ask-LTC project, which is funded and supported by the WHO Ethics and Governance Unit and invite stakeholders in long term care homes around the world to share the ethical issues they have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mandating COVID-19 Vaccines? Nonsense Proposals

Juan Gérvas points out that we do not have enough data about the prevention of virus transmission to justify mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for health care workers.