Dr. Mark P. Capaldi, faculty of the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies
Research Ethics Systems: Comparison between NGO
Ethics Guidelines and University Ethics Procedures
Journal of Population and Social Studies (JPSS), Vol. 29, p. 299-310.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) researching vulnerable groups have tended to receive limited ethics guidance or oversight, while academia is expected to follow stringent and sometimes seemingly restrictive and bureaucratic processes. The research ethics principles of NGOs and academia are quite similar. However, the frameworks and review processes can differ markedly, creating either strengths, weaknesses, or gaps for both sectors.
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