News from EuroISME
Winning thesis – 1st Prize
EuroISME congratulates Warrant Officer Sandra Maria Kürzinger from Germany for winning first prize in EuroISME’s annual contest for the best European Masters thesis written on military ethics. She has written on the issue of: “Provide medical care to the enemy? Emergency paramedics between medical ethics and military mission. An empirical survey of veterans.”
In our next webinar on April 26, 203 we will be discussing the relevance of gender and marginalised communities in ethical and legal discourses and practice of violent conflicts and conflict resolution with particular reference to the Russia-Ukraine war.
Our 10th webinar will cover the topic "Alternative perspectives on ethics of war". It will take place on April 10th, 2023 at 18:00 CET. The webinar aims to explore views and understandings of different phenomena within ethics of war from traditions different from the mainstream Just War Theory. Three panelists, coming from three distinctly different non-Western traditions, will share their views on relevant topics regarding ethics of war.
Under the direction of EuroISME Vice President Prof. Dr. Thomas Elssner, around 20 experts met at the Bundeswehr Center for Military History and Social Sciences for an intensive exchange of ideas.