By Maya Sabatello
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157 And yet bioethical research with children consistently shows that relationships and interdependency play a prominent role in the children’s development and perceptions. 158 Thus, contextualizing the discussion of children’s bioethics in a broader set of health-related institutions and relationships is in place. Finally, the meaning of children’s agency and children as citizens is, to a great extent, still obscure. 159 First is consultative participation. 161 The second category, participative initiatives, aims at creating “opportunities for children to understand and apply democratic principles or [be] involved .
153 The problem with this approach is two-fold. First, as discussed earlier (see Section B), the doctrine of informed consent suffers from a significant Western bias, and it cannot necessarily be applied all around the globe. The second pitfall is grounded in the particular context of children. 156 To what extent are these differences taken into account from a cross-cultural and international perspective in the determination of the international bodies? As the international community is responsible for establishing standards for states’ compliance with their obligations under the Children’s Convention, including children as participatory subjects, these are important questions to explore.
And on doctor-patient relationships. This, however, does not take into account many other health-related settings—the family and the community or the importance of social relations in this informal sphere. 157 And yet bioethical research with children consistently shows that relationships and interdependency play a prominent role in the children’s development and perceptions. 158 Thus, contextualizing the discussion of children’s bioethics in a broader set of health-related institutions and relationships is in place.