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..
TRUST’s second eNewsletter is out! You can download the file here.Read More..
TRUST completed a major fact finding mission on risks for exploitation in research. Risks were grouped according to four values that are essential in equitable North South collaborations: fairness, respect, care and honesty. A total of 88 risks were identified. For a full list, see report.Read More..
The TRUST consortium is exceptionally sad to report the news of Andries Steenkamp’s death. Andries was only in his fifties and was heavily involved in TRUST, representing the South African San community. For instance, he was involved in both TRUST videos. In the first he noted: “It is very important for the San to …Read More..
The 1st step towards the Compliance and Ethics Follow-up Tool – read our new deliverable, a resource of existing norms, international instruments, self-regulatory mechanisms and compliance tools in the field of research ethics.Read More..
The 2nd TRUST video is available on our YouTube channel now. Filmed in the Kalahari in June 2016, it describes how the local San community have been protecting themselves from exploitation in research for over 10 years. As Petrus Vaalbooi says in an interview for the documentary: “We, the bushmen of South Africa, would like …Read More..
TRUST has completed a case study handbook, listing “ethics dumping” cases for all sections of the Horizon 2020 ethics review table. The report involved authors from 12 countries and points to ongoing exploitation problems in North South collaborations. You can access the report here.Read More..
Aims, vision and the consortium details all in one: the TRUST brochure is now available! Download hereRead More..
TRUST’s partner EDCTP has just launched a call on Ethics and regulatory capacities the aim of which is to provide funding to actions that aim to support sub-Saharan African countries to establish and develop robust national medicines regulatory systems and capacities for ethical review of clinical research and use of medicinal products and technologies for …Read More..
Are you looking for global health related training? Have a look at these free online courses! Preventing the Zika Virus: Understanding and Controlling the Aedes Mosquito – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Research Ethics Online Training Introduction to Reviewing Genomic Research Ethics and best practices in sharing individual-level research dataRead More..