Singapore Statement on Research Integrity (2010)
The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity was developed as part of the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, 21-24 July 2010, in Singapore, as a global guide to the responsible conduct of research. It is not a regulatory document and does not represent the official policies of the countries and organizations that funded and/or participated in the Conference. For official policies, guidance, and regulations relating to research integrity, appropriate national bodies and organizations should be consulted.
The Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations (2013)
The Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations was developed as part of the 3rd World Conference on Research Integrity, 5-8 May 2013, in Montréal, as a global guide to the responsible conduct of research. It is not a regulatory document and does not represent the official policies of the countries or organizations that funded or participated in the Conference.
The IAPG has promoted the traslation of the English version of the Montreal Statements in Arabic, Belarusian, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian:
Peppoloni S. (Ed). SHARING ETHICAL PRINCIPLES THROUGH CULTURAL DIVERSITY: Translations of the Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations. IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics. pp 18. May, 2015.
Translations by Mamoon Allan, Martin Bohle, Partha Sarathi Datta, Ezzoura Errami, Luis I. Gonzalez de Vallejo, Yuriy Kostyuchenko, Eduardo Marone, Silvia Peppoloni, Megumi Sugimoto, Sunil Kumar Tyagi, Chengshan Wang, Meng Wang, Kyung Sik Woo.
IAPG members are invited to follow the principles of research integrity contained in the Singapore and Montreal statements during their research activities.
IAPG is official partner of the AGU Ethics & Equity Center
The AGU Ethics and Equity Center provides resources to educate, promote and ensure responsible scientific conduct and establish tools, practices, and data for organizations to foster a positive work climate in science. The Center can help you meet your ethics goals, whether you are an individual scientist looking for resources or professional ethics development, a leader looking to implement best practices at your organization, or an institution wanting to update your code of conduct. The Center is led by the American Geophysical Union (AGU).
The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (2017)
Document published by ALLEA - All European Academies.
ALLEA, the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities, was founded in 1994 and currently brings together 59 Academies in more than 40 countries from the Council of Europe region.
Statement on the formulation of a code of conduct for research integrity for projects funded by the European Commission (2015)
The statetement has been developed by the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) of the European Commission. The EGE welcomes the importance of all European Commission actions to promote the highest standards of scientific integrity in all research that is funded through its own programmes. The EGE will not be directly involved in the formulation of a Code of Good Scientific Practices, but it believes that the following considerations provide a set of elements that should be addressed in any such code.
World Conferences on Research Integrity (WCRI)
The IAPG collaborates with the WCRI for promoting the topics of research integrity into geoscience community.
th WCRI will take place from 28 to 31 May 2017 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Tony Mayer, IAPG Corresponding Citizen Scientist on "Research Integrity", is a Conference Co-Chair.