Published March 29, 2019 | Version V2.0
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SIENNA D3.2: Analysis of the legal and human rights requirements for Human Enhancement Technologies in and outside the EU

  • 1. Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights
  • 2. Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, University of Chicago
  • 1. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
  • 2. Dalian University of Technology
  • 3. Sciences Po
  • 4. EUREC Office
  • 5. Ionian University
  • 6. University of Twente
  • 7. University of Cape Town
  • 8. University of Granada
  • 9. Uppsala University
  • 10. Trilateral Research Ltd.


This report will help readers better understand the international, EU and selected countries’ legal developments and approaches to specific legal issues and human rights challenges related to human enhancement. The report broadly discusses the legal issues and human rights challenges of human enhancement. It analyses relevant international, EU and regional laws and human rights standards. It summarises and compares the results of the country studies on law and human enhancement. It also discusses the adequacy of existing norms and standards and gaps and presents some recommendations that will be further developed in the forthcoming SIENNA work.


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SIENNA – Stakeholder-informed ethics for new technologies with high socio-economic and human rights impact 741716
European Commission