SATORI hosted a policy workshop in Brussels on 23 May 2017 to discuss: ethics assessment policy recommendations and means to foster their sustainability; how policy decisions can nurture or restrict ethics in research and innovation; and views on how policymakers can further support and optimise ethics in research and innovation (R&I).
Based on its findings and results, SATORI envisages various roles for policymakers in supporting ethical R&I e.g.:
- Increasing stakeholder participation and public debate about ethics assessment in R&I;
- Incentivising responsible research and innovation (RRI) at the SME level;
- Monitoring whether ethics assessment in R&I is achieving its objectives and take corrective measures;
- Supporting existing ethics committees in the exercise of their tasks and setting up ethics committees with defined roles and responsibilities (in sectors where these are missing);
- Promoting the use and implementation of the SATORI ethics assessment framework at the EU and Member State levels;
- Supporting future research and the development of the SATORI ethics assessment framework.
MATERIALS FOR WORKSHOP 23 MAY 2017
SATORI policy workshop_23 May2017_agenda
- SATORI Outline of an Ethics Assessment Framework
SATORI FRAMEWORK 2017-05-03
- SATORI CEN Workshop Agreement, Part 1: Ethics Committee
- SATORI CEN Workshop Agreement, Part 2: Ethical Impact Assessment Framework (work in progress document)
CWA SATORI_part 2_WD4 – 20170510W
- SATORI Policy brief Improving the Organisation of Research Ethics Committee
SATORI-policybrief_2017_Improving org of RECs
- SATORI Policy Brief Ethical Impact Assessment – enhancing responsible research & innovation
SATORI policy brief _2017_Ethical impact assessment
- SATORi Policy Brief Supporting ethics assessment in research and innovation
SATORI policy brief _2017_Supporting ethics in RandI
- Professor Dr Philip Brey, The SATORI project: Stakeholders Acting Together on the ethical assessment of
Research and Innovation.
- Dr Rieke van de Graaf, Secretary of the Working Group for the revision of the CIOMS guidelines, University Medical Center Utrecht at the Julius Center, Department of Medical Humanities, New CIOMS ethical guidelines for health-related research involving humans
- Professor Elmar Doppelfeld MD, Member of the German Delegation to DH-BIO, Council of Europe, Chairman of European Network of Research Ethics Committees (EUREC), The Role of the Council of Europe in Biomedical Research
- Professor Jim Dratwa, Head of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies Office, European Commission, Ethics in science and new technologies at the European Commission and beyond
- Ms. Louiza Kalokairinou, Policy Officer, Ethics and Research Integrity Sector DG Research Innovation, European Commission, Promoting an Ethics Framework for Research and Innovation
- Dr Rowena Rodrigues, Trilateral Research, Enhancing ethics assessment in R&I at the national level
- Dr Ingrid Callies, UNESCO, Developments impacting ethics assessment of R&I at the global level
- Dr Raija Koivisto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd & Dr Stéphanie Gauttier, University of Twente, Roadmap for the Implementation and Use of the Ethics Assessment Framework
Location: UNESCO, UN House, 5th floor, 14, Rue Montoyer, B-1000, Brussels, Belgium.
Date: 23 May 2017 Time: 0900-1700 Language: English
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