This site provides an ethics toolkit for researchers, practitioners and others who conduct or support research in complex, low income or fragile settings.
This toolkit is the result of a series of discussions with more than 200 global researchers from more than 30 countries designed to inform and support ethical choices in global research.
|What was clear from these discussions was that global research projects are typically:|
In sum, both context and potential impact are dual drivers for paying particular attention to upholding the highest possible standards of research conduct and preventing misconduct.
This toolkit promotes a values-driven, solution-focused and iterative approach to ethics. It seeks to illuminate and address existing and emerging issues in a rapidly changing landscape of expectations about ethical research conduct.