2022 Summer School Online

Keynote Speakers

Wartime Bioethics, Military Necessity & International Humanitarian Law 

Michael L. Gross, PhD, is a Professor at The School of Political Science, The University of Haifa, Israel,
specializing in military ethics and military medical ethics and related questions of national security.

His articles have appeared in numerous prominent journals. His books include Ethics and Activism (Cambridge, 1997), Bioethics and Armed Conflict (MIT, 2006), Moral Dilemmas of Modern  War (Cambridge, 2010); The Ethics of Insurgency (Cambridge, 2015), Military Medical Ethics in Contemporary Armed Conflict (Oxford, 2021) and two edited volumes, Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century (Routledge, 2013) and Soft War (Cambridge, 2017).

He is editor of the Routledge book series War, Conflict and Ethics and has led workshops on battlefield ethics, medicine, and national security for the Dutch Ministry of Defense, The US Army Medical Department, the Defense Medical Services (UK), The US Naval Academy, the Israel Defense Forces and the International Committee of Military Medicine. https://sites.google.com/hevra.haifa.ac.il/michael-l-gross

Bioethics in the Second Cold War

Reconsidering Nuremburg Code, the Declaration of Helsinki, and CIOMS guidelines in the context of the war in Ukraine and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Reduction

Dr. Francis P. Crawley  is the Executive Director of the Good Clinical Practice Alliance – Europe (GCPA) in Brussels, Belgium. He is the founder and Director of the Strategic Initiative for Developing Capacity in Ethical Review (SIDCER). He coordinates the GCPA-SIDCER European Fellowship in Research Ethics (EFRE) He is a philosopher specialized in ethical, legal, and regulatory issues in health research, having taught at several European, Asian, and Middle East universities. He is the past Secretary General, Ethics Officer, and Chairman of the Ethics Working Party at the European Forum for Good Clinical Practice.