Ethics Committee (Faculty of Economics and Business)
Researchers working at UvA Economics and Business are required to seek approval by the ethics committee (EBEC) if their planned research:
- requires the collection of new data;
- requires access to, or storage of, secondary data that contains private, confidential, or potentially sensitive information about research participants (e.g. income, cognitive performance, health, relationships, ethnic background, biomarkers, genes);
- concerns research topics that may have legal or ethical implications (e.g. studies on discrimination, minorities, crime, tax evasion).
Furthermore, if you are a researcher working at UvA Economics and Business and you need EBEC approval for any purpose, you can file an application to EBEC as well.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ethics Committee (Faculty of Law)
The primary task of the Ethics Committee is to meet the growing demand for checking research against the prevailing ethical standards. An increasing number of the institutions that fund research, including the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMW) and the European Commission demand a declaration of ethical standards. The Committee can provide such a declaration of ethical standards.
Please send an email to email@example.com.
Ethics Committee (Faculty of Humanities)
The Ethics Committee safeguards the ethical standards of all research involving human participants that is conducted at the Faculty of Humanities. It draws up guidelines for carrying out ethical research and reviews research proposals to ensure that these standards are upheld. Before any research involving experiments and/or interviews with human test subjects commences, approval of the Ethics Committee must be obtained.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ethics Committee (Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences)
The Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences’ Ethics Committee was set up to assess research carried out under the responsibility of a member of Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences staff at the University of Amsterdam. The Ethics Committee assesses whether the research complies with the rules and standards established in its articles of association.
Ethics Committee (Faculty of Science)
The Faculty of Science's Ethics Committee can support researchers by giving advice about identifying and addressing ethical questions. The Committee will also provide a checklist so that researchers can check whether they need to submit their research proposal to the Committee for assessment.
Please send an email to E.J.Sennema@uva.nl (secretary FEC).