Ethics Approval Processes
Meeting the relevant ethics approval requirements in-country is essential for research integrity, both in terms of the conduct of the research and the products and outcomes. The guidance below contains information related to the processes of obtaining ethics approval for research in selected developing countries across the Pacific and Asia.
These documents are designed to be used as a guidance for research which involves the participation of human participants. Individuals, organisations and institutions can use this guidance as a starting point for seeking ethics approval for their research.
The use of ethics review processes in-country by researchers based in Australia should complement the appropriate ethics approval requirements of Australian regulations and institutions.
The information contained is current to the best of our knowledge as of July 2017. If you have any further information regarding the processes detailed in these guidance documents, please be in touch.
Ethics Approval Processes in Asia
Find details of ethics approval processes in: Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste and Vietnam.Download Ethics Approval Processes in Asia
Ethics Approval Processes in the Pacific
Find details of ethics approval processes in: Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu.Download Ethics Approval Processes in the Pacific
Research Institutions and Organisations
The Research for Development Impact Network aims to increase opportunities for collaborations and partnerships which cross boundaries of geography, sector and discipline. Working together, we believe that our international development work can have greater positive impact and more sustainable outcomes for individuals, communities and our planet.
Research Institutions and Organisations - Asia
This document aims to provide a starting point for identifying potential in-country research partners and collaborators by identifying existing institutional and organisational research capacity in six countries within Asia. This includes universities, think tanks, research organisations and regional development organisations.Download Research Institutions and Organisations - Asia
Research Institutions and Organisations - Pacific
This document aims to provide a starting point for identifying potential in-country research partners and collaborators by identifying existing institutional and organisational research capacity in fifteen countries within the Pacific. This includes a mapping of universities, think tanks, research organisations, and regional development organisations.Download Research Institutions and Organisations - Pacific