TRUST’s eNewsletter 2018, Issue 5 is available here.Read More..
May 23-24, 2019, Barcelona, Spain ICSMRE 2019 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Scientific Method and Research Ethics. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, …Read More..
Dr Michael Makanga presented TRUST during his opening address at the ninth EDCTP Forum held from 17-21 September 2018 in Lisbon. The Forum is a prominent cross-disease and inter-disciplinary conference focusing this year on North-South partnerships. Dr Michelle Singh dedicated her ethics session to the Global Code, the San Code and the Fair Research Contracting tool. …Read More..
The Foundation Global Values Alliance, a partner of TRUST, sponsored a dance, music and rap competition in South Africa. The TRUST jury was looking for artistic representation of the San Code of Research Ethics and in particular the values of fairness, respect, care and honesty. But what we got was so much more: powerful messages …Read More..
“Feedback about the findings of the research must be given to local communities and research participants.” That’s the essence of Article 3 of the TRUST Global Code of Conduct. Prof. Schroeder, the TRUST Co-ordinator, thanks Dr Joshua Kimani for organising a successful feedback event for sex workers in Nairobi. She also thanks Joyce Adhiambo Odhiambo …Read More..
TRUST publishes “Research with, not about, communities”. The guidance document gives practical advice on community engagement, an ethical imperative for global researchers. Readers are invited to use the TRUST compass (fairness, respect, care and honesty) during all five research stages (research question, research design, implementation, results, evaluation). The main advice is to build long-term, mutually …Read More..
The TRUST Global Code of Conduct for Research in Resource-poor Settings is the topic of a NATURE article by science journalist Linda Nordling. Europe’s biggest research fund cracks down on ‘ethics dumping’ summarizes an announcement made by Wolfgang Burtscher, the European Commission’s Deputy Director-General for Research and Innovation, at the European Parliament in Brussels on …Read More..
Commissioner Carlos Moedas has set three goals for EU research and innovation policy: Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World. Under the mission, Open to the World, the TRUST sister site will host translations for the Global Code of Conduct and the San Code of Research Ethics. The first translations of the Global …Read More..
Danielle Pacia from the University of Alabama used the San Code of Research Ethics to enter US competitions for informative speaking. She performed the speech around 40 times and came into the last 25 in the country! Audiences were highly interested in the code and the information Danielle provided about the San efforts to protect …Read More..
A week ahead of the major European Parliament workshop on Ethics Dumping, DNDi, the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative, promotes the Global Code of Conduct for Research in Resource-Poor Settings. DNDi’s Executive Director Bernard Pécoul expressed his support in a message on Twitter emphasizing the importance of respect and care to underpin research involving vulnerable populations. This is …Read More..