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World Conferences on Research Integrity

7th World Conference on Research Integrity, Cape Town 2022

Press clippings and news releases related to the 7th World Conference on Research Integrity are available.

Press cuttings

Cape Town declaration to fold fairness into research integrity (Research Professional News, 3 June 2021, Linda Nordling)

Research Integrity: Ensuring Trust in Global Research (The Scholarly Kitchen, 10 February 2022, Natalie Simon)

Ending scientific colonialism will make research more effective (Research Professional News, 11 March 2022, Lyn Horn)

Nature addresses helicopter research and ethics dumping (Nature, 30 May 2022, Editorial)

Diversity and inclusivity: mainstays of research integrity (University of Cape Town News, 31 May 2022, Helen Swingler)

‘Democratisation of knowledge’ here to stay, says epidemiologist (Times Higher Education, 31 May 2022, Tom Williams)

Half of researchers admit questionable practices in Dutch survey (University World News, 1 June 2022, Nic Mitchell)

First continental research integrity network launched (University World News, 2 June 2022, Maina Waruru)

Renowned journal rejects papers that exclude African researchers (University World News, 3 June 2022, Maina Waruru)

‘Helicopter research’ comes under fire at Cape Town conference (Science, 6 June 2022, Cathleen O'Grady)

This app helps researchers explore ethical dilemmas (Nature, 8 June 2022, Holly Else)

Integrity conference vows to combat unfair partnerships (University World News, 9 June 2022, Kgaogelo Letsebe)

Pre-conference Discussion Paper

Horn, Lyn, Sandra Alba, Fenneke Blom, Marlyn Faure, Eleni Flack-Davison, Gowri Gopalakrishna, Carel IJsselmuiden, et al. 2022. “Fostering Research Integrity Through the Promotion of Fairness, Equity and Diversity in Research Collaborations and Contexts: Towards a Cape Town Statement (pre-conference Discussion Paper).” OSF Preprints. May 16. doi:10.31219/