Opinion 117/CNECV/2023 on ethical requirements for public interest decision making in Life Sciences (Executive Summary)
The decision-making processes of public interest, at both governmental and institutional level, are particularly demanding in the current context of pluralistic and egalitarian societies, deserving a thoughtful reflection. In contemporary democratic societies, built on the respect for Human Rights, it is recognised that public policies aim to formulate a standard for civic action, while respecting the plurality of individual values and the diversity of community values.
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