Ethical review process

The School of International Relations is committed to following the University's ethical review process. 

The focus and purpose of an ethical review is the protection of research subjects, the researcher and the ethics of the research practice.  

The School recognises that even in cases where the connection to human subjects may not be obvious, a review may be required. The outcome, application, or connection of archival or historical research may have a direct bearing on communities or individuals, so the implications for harm must be weighed.

Staff and students within the School of International Relations can find detailed information about the ethical review process in the current student or current staff sections of this website.