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European Charter for Researchers

The approval by the EU Commission, in March 2005, of the European Charter for Researchers and of the Code of Conduct for their recruitment has been one of the major achievements, in the recent years, in the development of human resources in the field of European research.
In particular the documents point out aspects such as transparency in recruitments, ethical principles of research, life-long learning, career development, social security and international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral mobility, tools and essential values of the career of researchers.

The Charter and the Code of Conduct are the result of a broad consultation conducted over a period of ten months, which involved all European States and a significant number of stakeholders of the scientific community.

Following the signing by the Italian Universities,  in July 2005, the main national research institutions decided to sign a joint Declaration of commitment on the European Charter and Code of Conduct. This is undoubtedly an important step towards the practical implementation of effective operational instruments for all the national research systems.
Moreover, with the aim to facilitate the implementation of the Charter & Code, the European Commission provides the " Human Resources Strategy for researchers incorporating the Charter & Code".

At a regional level, AREA promoted the adoption of the Charter and of the Code by research bodies in Friuli Venezia Giulia with a joint subscription, at the Fifth Annual Meeting of CER.

Finally, always in Italy, on 6th July 2006 it was officially presented the National Observatory for the monitoring of the Charter for researchers and the Code of Conduct, at the University of Camerino. The Observatory will be responsible for monitoring, on a permanent basis, the progress made in our country and, at the same time, for urging the exchange of good practices in the implementation of the Charter.

To learn more about the plan provided by the Human Resources Strategy and the benefits for the institutions that implement this strategy, view the brochure Human Resources Strategy for Researchers.

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