Welcome To Our New Website!

Over the last few months, we’ve been developing our new website. We hope you like it!

The updated design and functionalities will better enable and enhance our work of bioethical research and informing the public, members of the medical professions, legislators and policy-makers, and the wider community on bioethical issues for the promotion of the Common Good.

We are slowly migrating our back-catalogue of reasources to the new site, so please bear with us, but we have also launched new social media channels on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn, to complement our existing Facebook and YouTube channels.

Please do ‘like’ and ‘follow’ us on these, and be sure to have a look around our new site and other resources. We welcome any feedback you may have! Please do ‘like’ and ‘follow’ us on these, and be sure to have a look around our new site and other resources.

We’ll be highlighting key new or improved features of our site over the next few days, such as the new ‘Bioethics in Brief’ series we’re launching, as well as our briefing series on topics such as euthanasia and assisted suicide (EAS) and COVID-19. We welcome any feedback you may have!

Thanks in advance to our followers for your continued support, and we look forward to using these new means of furthering the Centre’s mission, which has never been more important. Stay tuned for new content soon!

Most recent

Gender Dysphoria

Press Release – Shining a Light on Gender Identity Services: What did the Cass Review Find?

22 May 2024

Dr Julie Maxwell has written a short paper on behalf of the Anscombe Bioethics Centre on the Cass Re...


Press Statement – Abortion Law at a Crossroads

14 May 2024

Our Press Statement concerning the abortion-related amendments to the Criminal Justice Bill which ar...

Assisted Reproduction

Press Release – Babies for Sale, Wombs for Rent: Why Surrogacy Must Not Be Normalised

13 May 2024

Surrogacy is always an injustice, according to Dr Pia Matthews, as she explains in a new essay writt...

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The Anscombe Bioethics Centre is supported by the Catholic Church in England and Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, but has also always relied on donations from generous individuals, friends and benefactors.