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    Zebis international E-Journal “Ethics and Armed Forces” : Issue 2019/1 is online

Zebis international E-Journal “Ethics and Armed Forces” : Issue 2019/1 is online

The newest “Zebis International E-Journal” calls for “Controversies in Military Ethics & Security Policy” on “Conflict Zone Cyberspace: Prospects for Security and Peace”

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    Joint workshop of EuroISME and ZInFü/D-A-CH on European Code of Conduct

Joint workshop of EuroISME and ZInFü/D-A-CH on European Code of Conduct

From 11 to 14 June 2017, a symposium concerning military ethics was held at the Leadership Training Centre of the Federal Armed Forces in Koblenz. Experts from different countries exchanged views on topical issues and continued to work on the Euro-ISME initiative aiming at the development of a “Code of Conduct” / Ethical Compass for European soldiers.

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    Zebis international E-Journal “Ethics and Armed Forces” : Issue 1_2016 is online

Zebis international E-Journal “Ethics and Armed Forces” : Issue 1_2016 is online

With the new edition 1_2016 of it’s biannual E-Journal the “Centre for Ethical Education in the Armed Forces”, which is one of our Institutional Members, initiates a debate on the very sensitive topic which affects not only the future profile of the German armed forces and Germany’s security culture, but also directly concerns European Military Ethics in general.

Euro-ISME wants to contribute to the discourse! This is why we regularly make the release of a new edition of the Zebis E-Journal a “Topic of the Month”.

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    Protection of Healthcare During Conflict. A neglected moral imperative

Protection of Healthcare During Conflict. A neglected moral imperative

In the October EuroISME Blog contribution, Daniel Messelken comments on the recent destruction of an MSF trauma center in Kunduz/Afghanistan. He takes this event as a point of departure to further reflections on the protection of healthcare during armed conflict.

The Family of Human Beings – One in Worth and Dignity

In the May EuroISME Blog contribution, former European Court of Human Rights judge Hanne Sophie Greve takes the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II to ask what we have learned from history and whether we meet the high aims set with the establishment of the UN after the war. She warns that it is not sufficient to legally guarantee the Dignity and the […]

When should soldiers say no?

David Whetham asks the questions when and under what circumstances soldiers should say no and become conscientious objectors : We are looking forward to your comments and reactions !

Tema del Mes : La Neutralidad” en las leyes de la guerra

In our February 2015 edition of the “Topic of the Month”, Ted van Baarda gives you some reflections on the meaning of the term “Neutrality” for the laws of war and its connection to the moral justification of war. His contribution here is an abbreviated version of a speech that he held on November 14, 2014, at the conference “The illusion of the peace disturbed. The Peace Palace and the First World War” at the Peace Palace in The Hague.

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    Zebis E-revista internacional ” Ética y Fuerzas Armadas” en línea ahora

Zebis E-revista internacional ” Ética y Fuerzas Armadas” en línea ahora

Promised by Zebis at our 4th Annual Euro-ISME Conference 2014
now online : The first international E-Journal
“Ethics and Armed Forces”
Controversies in Military Ethics & Security Policy

It had been promised by the Centre for Ethical Education in the Armed Forces (Zebis) at our 4th Annual Euro-ISME Conference in May 2014 in Koblenz. Now it is online : “Ethics and Armed Forces”, the first international E-Journal and platform […]