People like us: what genome editing means for people with inherited conditions
Genome editing has the potential to eradicate genetic disease, but where do we draw the line? Who decides what counts as a 'disease', what we should 'cure' and what we should keep?
Join us for an evening encounter with philosopher Tarun Gidwani and writer Joe Rizzo Naudi, who both have genetic conditions, to explore what genome editing could mean for them.
Joe Rizzo Naudi is an Arts Council-funded writer and facilitator from London.
Tarun Gidwani is a PhD student in philosophy and a teaching assistant at King's College in London. He is also a political activist and a writer - engaging with climate justice, global inequities in access to healthcare, and inter-ethnic harmony.