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In this section you can find relevant legislation (national and supranational), applied to issues related to Bioethics and Technoethics.


Human Cloning is illegal in Greece. The Ministerial Decision Φ.0546/1/ΑΣ 723/ Μ.4898 incorporated the Additional Protocol on the Prohibition of Cloning Human Beings, to the Oviedo Convention, in the national legislation.

Additionally, the laws regulating medically assisted human reproduction explicitly prohibit human reproductive cloning (law 3089/2002, art. 1455) and foresee a penalty of imprisonment up to 15 years (law 3305/2005, art.26) for the offenders.






The Commission offers to students, mostly postgraduates, both from human and life sciences the Possibility of training on issues related to bioethics

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Educational Seminars

The Commission organizes educational seminars covering a wide range of bioethics issues

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Bioethics go to school

The Commission organizes educational activities for schools (Secondary Schools and High Schools) related to bioethics

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