Stay tuned for exciting upcoming events, and we invite you to join us in this journey. Additionally, you can explore our past initiatives to see the progress we have made so far. Together, we can create a thriving bioethics community in Southeast Asia.

Global Forum on Bioethics in Research 2024 : Essay Competition

What should be the role of ethics in guiding Malaysian policy makers and researchers in relation to research into health and climate change?

Innovation Ethics and Oversight: Insights from Politically and Culturally Diverse Governance Systems

At the 17th World Congress of Bioethics (WCB) in Doha, Qatar, the Southeast Asia Bioethics Network panel explored AI research governance across diverse global contexts, building on their workshop in Malaysia earlier this year.

Decolonisation of Bioethics: Lessons for Southeast Asia

The webinar featured discussions on integrating diverse perspectives in bioethical research, addressing neo-colonialism, historical injustices and the need for contextualisation in Southeast Asia, concluding with a call for scholars to actively decolonise bioethics and advocate for an inclusive, equitable landscape.

Advancing Ethics Oversight of AI-Driven Health Research in Malaysia

The Southeast Asia Bioethics Network and GFBR hosted a workshop on January 22-23, 2024, in Malaysia, focusing on the ethical oversight of AI-driven health research in LMICs.

Public Forum on Ethics and AI Health Research

The forum facilitated robust discussions on the ethical implications of AI in health research, highlighting the need for collaboration, regulatory frameworks, and ethical guidelines to ensure responsible integration of AI in healthcare.

Exploring Ethical Dimensions of Migration Health: A Workshop Overview

The Southeast Asia Bioethics Network Workshop in Bangkok provided a platform for robust discussions and knowledge exchange on the ethical dimensions of migration health in Southeast Asia.

Building the Future of Bioethics in Southeast Asia: The Vision, Mission, and Values of the Southeast Asia Bioethics Network

In a momentous two-day workshop at The Danna Resort in Langkawi, Malaysia, 26 experts were brought together to establish the foundation of thr Network, marking a pivotal step towards fostering a collaborative and inclusive bioethics community in the region.

Bioethics In Southeast Asia: Ideals and Challenges

The inaugural webinar convened esteemed panelists to explore the complexities of bioethical research in the region, emphasizing the importance of cultural diversity, policy reforms, and collaborative efforts.