Integrity

Since 2002, Erasmus University Rotterdam has had an integrity code. This code contains three key values: professionalism, teamwork and fair play. With these key values, we give direction to the desired conduct of our staff and students. In addition, the code gives the university staff and students the scope to demand accountability from each other with regard to their responsibilities.

In our daily work and during our studies, we are confronted with dilemmas concerning integrity. And by means of this integrity code, the university wants to raise awareness among staff and students. Two dilemma games were subsequently developed. One general game for students and staff. You can request this game at the faculty's and department's scientific integrity coordinators. One of the games focuses on scientific integrity.

You may be confronted with an integrity issue. Discuss this first with the person concerned. If you are unable to resolve the issue together, contact your manager and/or your study advisor.

There is a guideline or code for many issues. You can consult these on the website Reglementen, richtlijnen en regelingen (in Dutch only).

Dilemma game

The EUR has developed a game which helps staff and students discuss dilemmas and stimulates them to find solutions. This game contains many common integrity issues. It also offers participants the opportunity to formulate dilemmas from their own practice. In a lighthearted fashion, they can discuss how their own department applies the values from the Integrity code and clarify their responsibilities. Despite the fact that this game is slightly older, the dilemmas remain the same. The game is available via the integrity coordinators.

Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity

Code of Conduct for Research Integrity

Download the Integrity Code

Dilemma game Scientific Integrity

Please download here the dilemma game of Scientific Integrity.

Dilemma game Scientific Integrity

Taskforce Report

Here one can download the report of the Task force Scientific Integrity.

Taskforce Report