Ethics RequirementsWork Package 7
The PEARLS project will require the participation of individuals and local communities (as Humans) to study public engagement and social innovation issues. Protection of Personal data will be also related to data collected for case study analysis, in fieldwork and interviews concerning spatial planning policy, social impact assessment and energy behaviour. PEARLS project will apply Horizon2020 ethical standards and guidelines of Horizon2020 regardless of the country in which the research is carried out, as there are some activities in which Third Countries are involved. These activities include (some) research activities carried out in a Third Country and participants or resources from a Third Country. No materials will be imported to/exported from the EU to a Third Country.
01. To be aware of intellectual property and copyright issues (all phases of the project).
02. To obtain permission for doing empirical research (case studies, fieldwork and interviews)
03. To promote participation by providing comprehensive information (case studies, dissemination).
04. To provide Privacy and Confidentiality (case studies, fieldwork and interviews).
05. To handle Data storage and Security.
Leaflet with detailed information about the project.
Data collected stored securely and transferred following security protocols.
Safety measures for seconded staff.
Consent forms including or specifying the contact person to whom questions can be addressed.
Data Management Plan.
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Address: Avda. Ciudad Jardín, 20/22, 1ª pta. 41005 Sevilla ( España )
Funded by: Marie Sklodwska Curie Actions. H2020 Research Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)
Project Number: 778039 - PEARLS
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 778039.