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Montreal Statement on Research Integrity
3rd World Conference on Research Integrity publishes the Montreal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations
Human rights texts
The practice of science is a universal endeavour, transcending national boundaries through transnational research collaboration, the sharing of research ideas, ...
20th CFRS Meeting (April 2016)
14th CFRS Meeting (May 2013)
At its meeting in Montreal, Canada, on 9-10 May 2013, the ICSU Committee on Freedom and Responsibility in the conduct of Science (CFRS) considered the ...
21st CFRS Meeting (October 2016)
International symposium on science assessment and research integrity
Through its Committee on Freedom and Responsibility in the conduct of Science (CFRS), the International Council for Science is engaged in the promotion of a ...
ICSU protests against death-sentence for six health workers in Libya (Jan 2007)
Despite extensive scientific evidence in support of their cases, the law court in Benghazi (Libya) recently reconfirmed the death sentences on five Bulgarian ...
ICSU condemns violence against scientists in Iraq
In the light of a number of recent incidents and press reports (1), the International Council for Science (ICSU) expresses its solidarity with the Iraqi ...
Universality of Science in a changing world (Dec 2004)
The world has changed dramatically in the past decade, as has the role of science and scientists in it. It is important that the Universality of Science be ...
International science meetings (Sept 2004)
Progress in science depends heavily on the worldwide exchange of ideas, information, data, materials, and people. Although the Internet has accelerated ...
Use of animals in research and education (July 1996)
The International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) recognizes the essential contribution of the use of animals in research and education aimed at improving ...
Freedom in the conduct of science (Oct 1995)
The International Council for Science (ICSU) is the oldest existing non-governmental body committed to international scientific co-operation for the benefit of ...
Academia-Industry Partnerships (Jul 2012)
In November 2011, more than 50 academic and business leaders came together for 4 days at the Sigtuna Foundation, near Stockholm, Sweden. They represented a ...
Sharing Scientific Data, with a Focus on Developing Countries
This Advisory Note is concerned with the barriers and challenges to international data access and sharing, with a special focus on developing countries, where ...
Advisory Note "Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) System"
This Advisory Note is concerned with the freedom and responsibility of individual scientists and the world scientific community with respect to access to ...
Scientific freedom and responsibility and the Israel-Palestine conflict (Oct 2008)
Since its inception in 1931, the International Council for Science (ICSU) has endorsed and vigorously upheld the Principle of Universality of Science which ...
Promoting the integrity of science and the scientific record (Sep 2008)
The first World Conference on Research Integrity: Fostering Responsible Research, took place in Lisbon, Portugal in September 2007. Much of the focus was on ...
Publication practices and indices and the role of peer review in research assessment (July 2008)
Progress in science, and confidence in the scientific process, depends on the accuracy and reliability of the scientific literature. This in turn depends on ...
Israeli scholars (Aug 2002)
Since its inception in 1931, the International Council for Science (ICSU) has affirmed and vigorously upheld the principle of universality of science based on ...
Freedom and responsibility blog: entries open for comments
The freedom and responsibility portal includes a blog that gives ICSU Members and the wider science community a possibility to comment on ICSU's activities in ...
Organisation of international scientific meetings: recommendations from ICSU policy committee
ICSU Statute 5 stands for the free and responsible practice of science, which also requires freedom of movement and of association. This entails rights and ...
Industry-academia partnerships
In November 2011, more than 50 academic and business leaders came together for 4 days at the Sigtuna Foundation, near Stockholm, Sweden. They represented a ...
Principle of academic freedom
Censorship & whistle-blowing
Protection in national constitutions
16th CFRS Meeting (April 2014)
CFRS met on 10-11 April 2014 in Beijing, hosted by the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), the country’s National ICSU Member.
17th CFRS Meeting (October 2014)
CFRS met on 13-14 October 2014 at the ICSU Secretariat in Paris. Provided below is a summary of the main issues and decisions taken at that meeting.
15th CFRS Meeting (October 2013)
CFRS met on 7-8 October 2013 in Paris, with Alberto J. Núñez Sellés, a chemist from Cuba who currently works in the Dominican Republic, as a new member. A ...
Science and Society: Rights and Responsibilities
Published: July 2005
Standards for Ethics and Responsibility in Science: An Empirical Study
Published: 2002
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