The Faculty of Humanities’ Research Ethics Committee
Human Participants in Research
The faculty is committed to ensuring that its research activities involving human participants are conducted in a way which respects the dignity, rights, and welfare of participants, and which minimises risk to participants, researchers, third parties, and to the faculty itself.
In accordance with international policy on research involving human participants and national and EU regulations on personal data, the faculty will ensure that all relevant research at the faculty will be subject to appropriate ethical review.
The Research Ethics Committee has overall responsibility for the development of this policy and for the faculty’s ethical review process.