Do you often find yourself faced with difficult choices and in discussions to do with diversity, inclusivity and green choices?

Do you want to accomplish positive change, but sometimes find it hard to know what approach to take or at a loss during discussions with certain professionals, business people and politicians?

Maybe you are a city councillor in Britain or a city commission member in the United States, or anyone else in public office anywhere.

The course “Bioethics – the ethics of everyday life” will provide you with a better foundation to negotiate for what you believe in.

Who I am? An independent writer and researcher who now focuses on bioethics sensu lato and who has a background in earth & life science. I am currently based in Britain, but I have previously lived in the US and hail from the Netherlands. Read more: https://angelinasouren.com/about-me/


Examples of inequality

These two Dutch headlines were in one of my e-mails from this morning.

One talks about studies that show (brain activity) that men and women do NOT have different responses with regard to sex.

The other one talks about psychiatric patients being kept in chains in Indonesia.

Both topics are part of the course.


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Course developments

I am re-creating the course in Thinkific. I find it nicer to work with, so far, with easier access to all the materials. Better overview. and more customization possible. It has its challenges too, though. I hope the “Liquid error: internal” messages will soon disappear. (PS They did.)


I must say that I did like getting this message from Udemy a few months ago: