BREAKING NEWS | 29-11-18
Following the announcement by Dr Jiankui HE of the birth of twins from embryos whose genome had been modified prior to their transfer into the womb, France’s CCNE (National Consultative Ethics Committee for Health and Life Sciences) restates its opposition to the transfer of genetically modified...
BREAKING NEWS | 06-11-18
The object of this document is to report on a movement of unprecedented amplitude (in France and possibly worldwide) for collective reflection on major contemporary bioethics issues. The process took the form of a public debate, held in 2018, “The Bioethics Estates General”, as provided for by...
BREAKING NEWS | 25-09-18
The ageing of society in today’s world is an undeniable demographic fact and should incite us to review how we live together so that we can become more inclusive of our elders.  Laws have been voted in the last few years to try and face up to this reality, such as a 2015 law on adapting...
BREAKING NEWS | 07-03-18
For decades, France has been host to immigration for political, economic or cultural reasons. Today, the word “migrants” has come to refer to a moment in time in the lives of men and women who have decided to leave their country of origin. They reside on French soil for very diverse periods of time...

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29/11/18
ETHICS AND GERMLINE MODIFICATION: CCNE CALLS FOR...
06/12/17
 CCNE participated in three international...

Agenda

In the context of the revision of the bioethics...
 CCNE will be participating in the next...
CCNE will be organising the annual high school...