“The Womens Bioethics Project is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy think tank dedicated to ensuring that womens voices, health concerns, and unique life experiences strongly influence ethical issues in health care and biotechnology. Through education, reports, legislative testimony, articles, public conferences and debates, media coverage, and a publicly accessible website we serve as a bridge between scholarship and policymaking; bringing new knowledge to the attention of decision makers and affording scholars, scientists and corporate leaders greater insight into public policy issues.
We are pro-choice and pro-science, and we promote the well-being of women throughout the world. The Womens Bioethics Project encourages the thoughtful application of biotechnology to improve the status of womens lives and seeks to protect vulnerable populations by anticipating unintended consequences, safeguarding womens bodies from harm, and ensuring that womens life priorities are recognized. Women bring a vital perspective to all issues that affect society, and it is critical for that perspective to be included in all bioethical public policy and debate.
Our key issues focus around neuroethics, womens health, and reproductive technologies.
The Womens Bioethics Project welcomes your feedback and involvement. Whether you want to be added to our mailing list, make a donation, or ask us to speak in front of your group, we want to hear from you.
Women’s Bioethics Project is a project of The Tides Center, a nonprofit public charity exempt from federal income tax under Sections 501 (c) 3 and 509 (a) 1 of the Internal Revenue Code,” quoting the Women’s Bioethics Projectwebsite.