"How do we treat each other and the outside world?"
Showing consideration for others and for other people’s values, and respect for other people’s property: these are things we usually do automatically. It also goes without saying that we promote the interests of TU Delft in our work and handle public funds responsibly.
However, sometimes situations can arise which are not clear-cut. What should you do if you have a dilemma, suspect a wrongdoing, or find yourself faced with a conflict of interest? It is important to try and engage in a dialogue, and if relevant talk to the concerning colleague or student. If you want to know what (other) course to follow, take a look at the integrity roadmap.
TU Delft Vision on Integrity 2018-2024
How do we deal with our responsibilities towards each other and towards society? It is important to regularly consider this together ánd to take action if necessary. This was reason for the TU Delft Executive Board to establish the “TU Delft Vision on Integrity 2018-2024” on 25 September, 2018.
The vision builds on the existing integrity policy, including the Code of Ethics and the Strategic Framework 2018-2024. The Vision takes compliance with the Institutions’ duties of care as described in the new Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity, that entered into force on 1 October 2018.
Currently implementation plans are being drafted per working agenda of the Vision on Integrity by four working groups. Until September 20, 2019, a draft of the new TU Delft Code of Conduct is open for consultation to all TU Delft students and staff members. To safeguard the implementation of the integrity policy, the Executive Board receives advice from the Integrity Board, chaired by prof.dr. Sabine Roeser (TPM).
Do you have a question to the Integrity Board? Or would you like to be informed by the Integrity Board about major developments, and receive invitations for future events? Then send an email to email@example.com.