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Centar za bioetičke studije u saradnji sa UNESCO Katedrom za bioetiku za Evropu i Institutom društvenih nauka 22. juna 2017. organizuje predavanje dr Maje Stojiljković, pod nazivom “Molekularna genetika i genomika u medicinskoj praksi”. Predavanje će se održati u Velikoj sali Instituta društvenih nauka, Kraljice Natalije 45.


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Centar za bioetičke studije u saradnji sa UNESCO Katedrom za bioetiku za Evropu i Institutom društvenih nauka 15. juna 2017. organizuje predavanje dr Jelene Arsić, dr Jelene Jerinić i dr Jelene Simić, pod nazivom “Obavezna ili preporučena vakcinacija: Pravni aspekti vakcinacije dece u Srbiji”. Predavanje će se održati u Velikoj sali Instituta društvenih nauka, Kraljice Natalije 45.


Centar za bioetičke studije (CBS) 19. oktobra obeležava Svetski dan bioetike programom koji je isti u svim evropskim zemljama. Prva aktivnost koju CBS realizuje je debata na temu ravnopravnosti, jednakosti i pravednosti u bioetici. Svi oni koji su zainteresovani za učešće mogu se prijaviti na mail konkurscbs@yahoo.com tako što će poslati svoju biografiju i kratko obrazloženje zašto smatraju da su ova pitanja važna. Rok za prijavu je 5. jun, a oni koji prođu selekciju biće naknadno obavešteni. Debata će biti organizovana 20.6.2017. godine u Domu omladine. U oktobru će, pored svečane akademije biti organizovana izložba fotografija. U obeležavanju Svetskog dana bioetike pored zaposlenih biće uključeni i praktikanti CBS.


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Centar za bioetičke studije u saradnji sa UNESCO Katedrom za bioetiku za Evropu i Institutom društvenih nauka 8. juna 2017. organizuje predavanje dr Valentine Ranaldi, pod nazivom “Recent jurisprudence developments on GMOs in European Union law”. Predavanje će se održati u Velikoj sali Instituta društvenih nauka, Kraljice Natalije 45. Predavanje će biti održano na engleskom jeziku.

Biography

Valentina Ranaldi has a PhD in International Order and Human Rights, earned in 2015 at the University of Rome «La Sapienza». She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and International Relations (2009) and a Master’s Degree in European Legal Studies (2011) from the same University.
Valentina is Professor of European Union Law at the University E-Campus of Rome and Research Assistant in EU and International Law at the University of Rome «La Sapienza» and at the University of  “Enna Kore”.
Within «La Sapienza» she takes part in the scientific and educational activities of the “Jean Monnet” Ad Personam Chair on European Union Law in Bioethics. In the same field, she is Researcher at the European Centre for Science, Ethics and Law (ECSEL, based in Rome, Genève, London), where she gives lectures, seminars, and organizes conferences and round tables aimed at deepening the debate on the current topics of International Law and EU Law.
Valentina Ranaldi is author of two monographs and several articles published in national and international scientific journals in the fields of EU Law, International Law and Bioethics.
She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of the International Legal Cooperation  (“Rivista della Cooperazione Giuridica Internazionale”, ISSN 1129-2113) and of the Observatory on Bioethics Law of the JournalInternational Order and Human Rights (“Ordine internazionale e diritti umani”, ISSN 2284-3531). In the same field of scientific publishing, she coordinates the editorial board of the Editions ESSPI (Editions of Historical and International Political Studies).
Valentina Ranaldi conducted studies and scientific research in Paris (Sciences Po. Paris), Brussels (Permanent Representation of Italy at the European Union), Ankara, Strasbourg (Council of Europe) and Belgrade (Institute of Comparative Law), and participated in various international scientific conferences.
She is part of the international researcher network “Strengthening of good governance and security as a priority of European Neighborhood Policy”, based in the Cross Border Institute for International Studies and Criminal Justice of “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galați, Romania.
Valentina Ranaldi is a Charter Member of the Association of Scholars of International and European Law (A.S.D.I.E.).

Abstract

The problem of adequacy of current European legislation on GMOs has recently been brought back to the attention of the Court of Justice of the European Union. In particular, in October 2016 the Court was asked to rule, by the French Council of State, whether new GMO technologies (concerning organisms obtained by mutagenesis) fall under the EU Directive on deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified organisms (n. 2001/18/EC).
Furthermore, with the Judgment of December 15th 2016 on the caseTest BioTech and Others vs. Commission, the Court has ruled on the legitimacy of the 2013 Decision of the European Commission, authorizing the placing on the market of products containing, consisting of, or produced from a genetically modified type of soybean.
Even in recent Judgments, the traditional difference in approaches between the Member States (or, at least, those with a stronger agricultural tradition) and the European Commission, reemerges. This difference is attributable to the evaluation of general requirements of different order and nature. While the States seem to favor environmental protection and protection of public health, the European Commission safeguards, in line with its mission, the economic and commercial needs, which are the object of priority attention at the EU level. This difference of approach and priorities has characterized the confrontation between the States and the Commission on GMOs since the 1990s and is reflected in significant national and EU case law, which will be traced in its main stages (Judgments Greenpeace, 2000; Monsanto, 2003; Land Oberösterreich and Austria vs .Commission, 2007; Monsanto SAS et al. c.Ministre de l’Agriculture et de la Pêche, 2011; Pioneer Hi Bred Italia Srlc.Ministero delle Politiche agricole alimentari e forestali, 2012).