The World Conference on Research Integrity is a global gathering for everyone with an interest in research ethics and good research practice.
The goal of the conference is to foster the exchange of information and discussion about responsible conduct of research. It takes place every two years, but the 7th WCRI has been postponed because of the pandemic and will take place in South Africa in 2022. However, there will be a digital conference this year, open to everyone interested and free of charge.
You can find the program and sign up for sessions here: https://wcri2022.org/digital-event-2021/
There are six sessions, each held twice to accomodate attendees in different time zones. The main topics are:
What is Research Integrity?
Carrot or stick? How might funders and publishers respond to new challenges for research integrity?
Towards a Cape Town Statement on Fostering Research Integrity through equity, fairness and diversity.
Implementation of the Hong Kong Principles in Low and Medium Income Countries. (For more on the Hong Kong Principles, developed at the 6th WCRI in 2019, go to wcrif.org).
What can RPOs do to foster RI?
Research interpretation and data use with integrity in the COVID pandemic.