Representatives of the Office became members of e-ENERI community of experts

The Ombudswoman Loreta Tauginienė and the Senior Specialists Regimantas Juras and Gintarė Židonė became members of ENERI (European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrity) e-community network. ENERI noted that the research integrity reflects the approach and habit of researchers to conduct research in observance of ethical, legal and professional (subject) requirements and standards. Different experts participate in this network, including ombudspersons, members of research integrity committees, research integrity / ethics researchers, editors and publishers of scientific publications, research funding institutions and others.

Representatives of the Office will share knowledge on the implementation of research ethics in the areas of social sciences and humanities, national legislative standards and guidelines used by the Office and will advise e-community of the network.