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Launch of the Code
The Global Code of Conduct in Vatican City
“Ethics in Action” is an initiative supported and hosted by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in the Vatican. In the spirit of the Encyclical Letter Laudato si’, it seeks morally appropriate solutions for urgent challenges facing the world. Meetings are held over two years in Casina Pio IV and delegates represent all major world religions as well as leaders of their communities and scientific experts. TRUST partner, Prof. Klaus Leisinger, is a core member of this highly prestigious Group.
On 29 – 30 October 2018, Prof. Leisinger was joined by the TRUST Co-ordinator, Prof. Doris Schroeder, for the last but one meeting of “Ethics in Action”. Delegates assembled to discuss the challenges of the Future of Work. Klaus and Doris introduced the TRUST four values framework (fairness, respect, care and honesty) and applied it to the topic under consideration. They also spoke about the Global Code of Conduct for Research in Resource-Poor Settings, as an example of ethics in action, and distributed the San Code of Research Ethics to those interested.
Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 13, 16, 19, and 20 of the Code are all about the equitable involvement of actors from low- and middle income settings in collaborative research. Meaningful engagement is the core spirit of the Code. Find below the engagement workshops of the TRUST project that led to the Code.
Engagement at UNESCO
Engagement in India
Engagement with Industry
Engagement with research councils and policy makers
Engagement with vulnerable populations and ethics committee chairs
Engagement with research funders
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