Inspirational one day conference exploring the history and function of impartiality and neutrality in the development of medical, social and therapeutic ethics.
Join us for an inspirational one day conference exploring the history and function of impartiality and neutrality in the development of medical, social and therapeutic ethics.
Today, there are many challenges to impartiality and neutrality, given the major political and social changes of our times. This will inevitably lead to conflicts between practitioners, patients, service providers and the commissioners of services.
Building healthy communities
This conference will explore the concept of multi-partiality in developing care and services.
Multi-partiality and a transformational perspective can promote change embedded in social justice through the respect for human rights and life.
A transformational perspective sees conflict as a motor for change and is about the building of healthy communities of practice through dialogical and inclusive processes.
MSF conference details
Professor Peter Littlejohns
Professor Sue White
Professor Joseph Folger
Presentation from Medecins Sans Frontieres
This event is part of the 'Towards a Better World' conference series.