TRUST has two new additional supplementary deliverables. Our advisory board member Professor Olgar Kubar looks at the different compliance mechanisms in Russia and advisory board member Professor Yandong Zhao co-authored the paper evaluating the Chinese Ethics Review System. Click on the report to open deliverable: Russian Ethics Review System Chinese Ethics Review SystemRead More..
Trust was invited to present at the workshop “Research Ethics and Communities”, hosted by the Senate Ethics in Research Committee and the Office of Research Integrity at the University of Cape Town on 17 May 2017. Mrs Rachel Wynberg, Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town and TRUST team member, gave an introduction to the …Read More..
The Co-ordinator of TRUST published a book on “Dignity in the 21st Century” with the former President of Iran. It is available as gold open access here. Banisadr and Doris argue that Western and Koran-based interpretations of dignity have a common essence, namely dignity as a sense of self-worth, which we have a duty to develop …Read More..
The TRUST consortium is very proud to have been chosen as a success story by its funder, the European Union. SiS.net, the international network for Science with and for Society in Horizon 2020, writes that TRUST supports political objectives that strengthen the EU in being a credible and strong global partner and that “the TRUST …Read More..
For this deliverable TRUST went on a major fact finding mission to identify existing failures and gaps in adherence to ethical standards. This report is the second step towards the Compliance and Ethics Follow-up Tool to be developed in this project. It includes regulatory and institutional gaps and reports about selected examples of challenges, gaps and failures in …Read More..
The San Code of Research Ethics has received a wide media coverage since its launch on 02. March 2017: News 24 – San Council launches code of ethics for researchers The Conversation – The ethics of research: How to end the exploitation of vulnerable communities Nature – South Africa’s San people issue ethics code to scientists Mail & Guardian – San …Read More..
The 02nd of March 2017 was a historical day for the San Communities of South Africa. They launched their own local cultural specific San Code of Research Ethics. The San have been of great academic research interest for the past decades. However, due to numerous complex reasons the San often suffered from inequitable research relationships …Read More..
In the development of a Global Code of Conduct for North-South collaborations in research, another big step was made. TRUST mapped all previously identified 88 exploitation risks in North-South research collaborations onto major existing ethics guidelines. Read the full guidelines here.Read More..
Key to the fulfilment of TRUST’s overall goal of building equitable research relationships is the involvement of all relevant stakeholders including industry representatives and industry associations. This report provides the context for the engagement of industry by the TRUST project, describes efforts at reducing exploitation in research partnerships with low and middle income countries (LMICs), …Read More..
TRUST was chosen by the South African Department of Science and Technology (DST) as one of the projects to be show-cased to a delegation from the European Commission at their recent visit to Pretoria and Johannesburg while attending theScience Forum South Africa. Our partner, Prof. Pamela Andanda (University of Witwatersrand, WITS, Johannesburg), was proud to …Read More..