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Research ethics

We have 5 items tagged with ‘Research ethics’.
  • A traditional farmer in the Eastern Himalaya where indigenous communities use seed networks to protect their knowledge. Research should not publish details of traditional knowledge that could be used commercially without equitable benefit-sharing (Photo: Ruchi Pant/Ecoserve)

    Striving for the highest standards in research ethics

    Our new research ethics policy provides a practical framework for putting IIED's high ethical principles into practice

    14 June 2017 | Blog | Communication
  • A field team designing a REDD strategy in Mozambique talk to farmer Nimale Maribu Saidi as part of their research (Photo: Mike Goldwater)

    What happened when IIED focused on research quality?

    IIED publishes an outline of 'our thinking' on research ethics, an output of our most recent strategy's 'research quality' objective

    13 March 2014 | Blog | Policy and planning
  • A researcher speaks to a cotton farmer in Mozambique.

    Our research: striving towards excellence

    What does excellent research mean? And how can it be achieved?

    13 September 2012 | Blog | Policy and planning
  • Still sweet? Fairtrade, Kraft/Cadbury and beyond

    The hot debate over US food giant Kraft's bid for Cadbury - manufacturer of iconic British sweets - is still simmering. A new source of tension reared up this week with discussions in the UK Parliament on how much Kraft is committed to sticking to Cadbury's market-leading investment in Fairtrade cocoa.

    3 February 2010 | Blog | Economics
  • Forest ethics

    Development does not always advance human wellbeing and the global ecosystem on which that wellbeing depends. This project interrogated some of the value assumptions behind development

    11 June 2008 | Project | Forests
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