The FAB 2022 World Congress theme: "Reimagining Feminist Bioethics"


The World Congress will take place in Basel, Switzerland July 18-19, 2022

(in person and virtual conference attendance and presentation options) 

Presenters are encouraged to review and incorporate these

Guidelines for Giving Accessible Presentations

FAB has a strong commitment to embracing contributions from a wide range of disciplines, including philosophy, social sciences, critical cultural studies, law, medicine and public health, history, psychology, and others. We also particularly encourage submissions from early career researchers.

The FAB World Congress is a biennial international conference that is coordinated to coincide with the International Association of Bioethics World Congress, and is recognized as the pre-eminent international feminist bioethics meeting. We attract participants from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds from all over the world. 

The Donchin and Holmes Emerging Scholar Prize

Established on the occasion of FAB’s 20th Anniversary, this prize honors the co-founders of FAB, Anne Donchin and Helen (Becky) Bequaert Holmes. The prize is awarded for the best paper accepted for presentation at the biennial FAB World Congress by a graduate student or early career scholar. The award consists of $500 USD, a certificate, and recognition on the program.


Congratulations to Takunda Matose for winning this year's Donchin & Holmes Emerging Scholar Prize for their paper "Towards a Relational Paradigm for Justice in Health Care"!


Judging Criteria:

The panel of judges will evaluate the paper on

  • Knowledge of the relevant literature

  • Organization/structure

  • Quality of reasoning

  • Originality of thought

  • Quality of writing.