The following links are to organisations immediately associated with the Catholic Church and the Bioethics Committee
Pontifical Academy for Life
Its objectives are the study, information and formation on the principal problems of biomedicine and of law, relative to the promotion and defence of life, above all in the direct relation that they have with Christian morality and the directives of the Church’s Magisterium.

COMECE the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Community. It is made up of bishops delegated by the Catholic Bishops' Conferences of the European Union and it has a permanent secretariat in Brussels.

Day For Life
A website for life issues by the Catholic Bishops' Confreneces of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales.
The Linacre Centre
The Linacre Centre exists to promote understanding of Catholic teaching on abortion, assisted conception, advance directives, contraception, euthanasia, genetic engineering and other issues in biomedical ethics. Much of the Church’s teaching on these topics coincides with what was once widely recognised as the tradition of common morality which is the moral basis of just legislation and the fundamental ethical framework for the practice of medicine.

The Bioethics Committee of the Irish Bishops' Conference

The intention in establishing the bioethics committee was that it would contribute to the development and understanding of an ethos, consistent with the values of the Gospel, in relation to issues of healthcare and bio-medical research.