The European Research Council. The Ethics Review Ethics review procedures in Horizon 2020. Filipa Ferraz de Oliveira ERC/European Commission ERCEA, Unit B1. NCP meeting – 19-20 November 2013. What is new in Ethics H2020. Legal base Art.16 in H2020 Framework Programme
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Ethicsreviewproceduresin Horizon 2020
Filipa Ferraz de OliveiraERC/European CommissionERCEA, Unit B1
NCP meeting – 19-20 November 2013
1. All activities shall comply with ethical principles (Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights and its Supplementary Protocols).
Particular attention to :
- the principle of proportionality;
- the right to privacy;
- the right to the protection of personal data;
- the right to the physical and mental integrity of a person;
- the right to non-discrimination;
- the need to ensure high levels of human health protection.
2. Activities shall have an exclusive focus on civil applications.
3. The fields that shall not be financed:
(a) human cloning for reproductive purposes;
(b) modify the genetic heritage of human beings;
(c) create human embryos solely for the purpose of research or of stem cell procurement.
4. Research on human stem cells (adult and embryonic) may be financed. No funding shall be granted for activities prohibited in all the Member States. No activity shall be funded in a Member State where such activity is forbidden.
5. The fields of research set out in 3. may be reviewed.
1. shall include a draft plan for the exploitation and dissemination of the results.
2. shall include, for research on human embryonic stem cells, details of licensing and control measures as well as details of the ethical approvals that will be provided.
3. A proposal which contravenes ethical principles (…) may be excluded from the evaluation, selection and award procedures at any time.
The Commission shall systematically carry out ethics reviews for proposals raising ethical issues.
This review shall verify the respect of ethical principles and legislation and, in the case of research carried out outside the Union, that the same research would have been allowed in a Member State.
by ethics review
are frozen until
Clearance is emitted.
Lists with evaluated proposals
(main + reserve lists)
EIT+ Ethics Self-Assessment