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The Research Data Insider: Data Ethics And The UNESCO Recommendations For Open Science

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May 3 @ 1:05 pm 1:30 pm

Free RSVP Required

The CODATA Data Ethics Working Group has been working with global scholars to collaboratively establish a basic consensus for further activities and research on data ethics principles and a data ethics framework which will help to promote global open data exchange and applications in alignment with the UNESCO Recommendations on Open Science. 


Louise Bezuidenhout, CODATA Data Ethics Working Group & Leiden University

Louise Bezuidenhout is a social science researcher who specializes on issues relating to Open Science, data sharing and access. Her research is broadly oriented around themes such as justice and access, inclusion and marginalization and equity.


Live Håndlykken Kvale, RDA-NO training and outreach group & UiO

Join us on zoom May 3rd  from 09:05–09.30 for a 15 minutes of learning about a recent research data community output.
There will be 10 minutes for questioning after each presentation.


The global research data community produces extensive knowledge and expands the practice of data management and FAIR data sharing. Yet, it is challenging and time-consuming to stay up to date. In the research data insider, the training and outreach group in RDA-Norway invites speakers from the international research data community to talk about current issues and outputs.With this series the Norwegian RDA node wishes to create awareness, engagement and knowledge exchange regarding the many topics addressed and issues resolved through work in the global RDA community and other research data communities. 

Would you like to present output from research data work, or propose topics or themes, please contact the RDA-NO training and outreach group