“Data protection aspects play an important role in the development of an online knowledge base, which also involves various groups of actors, and we take particular care to take this into account. We are pleased to be supported in this task by Katharina Kinder-Kurlander as the ethics advisor in the CO:RE project.”
– Claudia Lampert, Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
About work package 11
The Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) is coordinator of the CO:RE project and responsible for ethical compliance of all CO:RE activities and technical infrastructures.
With work package 11, we facilitate these and take all necessary measures to safeguard CO:RE’s corresponding to crucial ethical regulations such as the EU’s GDPR or to ethical frameworks for informed consent and assent. For that purpose, our ethics advisor (EA) and an advisory board (AB) support us to live up to our high ethical standards.
The overall goal of the CO:RE project is to successfully establish a pan-European knowledge platform. CO:RE aims at making visible and disseminate evidence, data, state of the art methodological approaches, theoretical innovations and much more, to all stakeholders and dialogue groups concerned with children and youth online media use.
With work package 11, we make sure that all activities taken within the CO:RE project comply with our ethical standards and all ethical requirements of the EU Commission.
Our three-year timeline
Behind WP11 CO:RE is a team of renowned scientists and experts who have been working for many years in different contexts and projects on the online use by children and young people.
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