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Global Citizens’

Assembly 

on  Genome Editing

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Connecting citizens, science and global governance

We now have the technology to redesign life and sculpt the evolution of every living creature. How do we apply this technology? What sort of future do we want? Who gets to decide?

We have reached a singular global moment. We can now edit genes with unprecedented ease and precision—any genes, in almost any living thing, from plants, to insects to people. But public mistrust is building. Hard decisions need to be made. How do we apply this technology? What sort of future do we want? And who gets to decide. Read more.

The public must be at the centre of the global conversations on genome editing.  A Global Citizens Assembly can make this happen 

The demand to place the public at the centre of discussion on genome editing is growing. Democratic deliberation that connects citizens from all over the world to scientific knowledge and global institutions is a critical way forward. Read more.

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