Faith and Though offer a prize of £500 for the best essay on the subject of 'Designer Babies?'
With one in six people in Scotland missing out on the benefits of being online the Let’s Get Online campaign is set to provide vital information through a nationwide roadshow. The Let’s Get Online team will visit towns and cities across Scotland from 31 May until 22 July, offering free, informal, one-to-one, drop-in sessions on how to get online.
On Wednesday 15 June, the SRT Project will be exhibiting at the International Association of Bioethics 13th World Congress at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (see www.iab2016.com). The conference aims to help us build a bridge between the questions and answers of how bioethics can contribute to some of the most important issues of our time.
It will be a great oppotunity for us to showcase the Church of Scotland's work in this area and make contact with experts in the bioethics field.
New technology has brought an explosion of information and services to our fingertips. The click of a mouse button and we can book holidays, GP appointments, pay bills, order shopping, check bank accounts and contact friends and family. But what if you are blind or partially sighted? How do you take part in the online world if you struggle to see a screen?
The annual Week of Prayer for the work of the Society, Religion and Technology (SRT) Project takes place in June. So how can you be involved?
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