EASP Code of Conduct Survey
17.02.2020, by Tina Keil in announcement
To gain a better understanding of code of conduct violations; Open 'till end of February 2020
Following our announcement last year, we seek to conduct a survey among our members (but there is also a version for non-members) to get a better understanding of code of conduct violations in the context of EASP events, and in academia in general.
To allow for comparison with previously gathered data we have based our survey in part on the SPSP 2018 survey, but tailored the questions as much as possible to a European and/or EASP context. In preparing this survey, we have also sought feedback from a number of colleagues, and included several perspectives on the topic, for example assessing also the prevalence of false allegations.
Results will be first presented during the General Meeting of EASP in Cracow in July 2020, and later in form of a written report.
Ultimately, we want to use the results of this survey to further develop our code of conduct and therefore, we need your support.
Link to the anonymous survey: