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← Principles and Guidelines for Ethical Research and Evaluation in Development

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  1. Welcome to this short film about the

  2. principles for ethical research and
    evaluation
  3. in international development.
  4. These principles have been developed
  5. by ACFID, the Australian Council
    for International Development,
  6. and the Research for Development Impact
    Network.
  7. Shortly, you will learn about the four
    principles.
  8. Each principle outlines important ethical
    questions
  9. to think about before and while
    doing research and evaluation
  10. in the field. Let's begin.
  11. Principle 1 is Respect for Human Beings.
  12. In research terms, this means making sure
  13. each and every person
    involved in the research
  14. participates by choice, and their rights
  15. and cultures are respected.
  16. Principle 2 is Beneficence.
  17. Beneficence means that everyone involved
  18. in the research gets something positive
  19. out of it, not just the researcher.
  20. The other important side of beneficence
  21. is that the research must not do harm or
  22. pose significant risk to anyone
  23. including the researcher.
  24. Any risks of harm should be
    identified early
  25. and managed appropriately.
  26. Principle 3 is Research Merit
    and Integrity.
  27. Research Merit and Integrity means that
  28. researchers need to be experienced and
    competent.
  29. Also, the research must be well-designed,
  30. carefully planned, and the process,
  31. outcomes, and benefits of the research
  32. are clear to all involved.
  33. Principle 4 is Justice.
  34. In this context, Justice refers to making
  35. sure that the research is fair and
    inclusive.
  36. It means making sure that no section
  37. of a community or population is
  38. deliberately left out.
  39. This includes children, people with
    disability,
  40. marginalized groups, and people who face
  41. language or literacy barriers.
  42. Now you've learned a bit about the four
  43. principles for ethical research and
  44. evaluation in international development.
  45. These principles go hand in hand with
    guidelines.
  46. These guidelines offer some ideas and
  47. techniques you can use when
    planning research.
  48. They also help your organization to be
  49. ready, adaptable, and flexible
  50. when doing research in the field.
  51. So when the unexpected happens,
  52. you can stick to ethical practice at all times.
  53. For more information, visit the website.