Mission

Mission of the WCRIF

The World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation was established in July, 2017, as a non-profit organization with official seat in the municipality of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.   
 
The first five World Conferences on Research Integrity were convened before the creation of the Foundation.  They were organized by co-chairs and planning committees.  The Foundation was established to support the ongoing organization and development of the World Conferences and all related activities.
 
The purposes of the World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation (WCRIF) include the following:
  • promote the continuation of the World Conferences on Research Integrity on a regular
  • schedule;
  • ensure organizational continuity between conferences;
  • maintain a World Conferences on Research Integrity website; and
  • publish or disseminate guidance or policies agreed to at World Conferences on Research Integrity.
 
The WCRIF is managed by a Governing Board of at least five and at most nine members who serve four-year terms.  The Governing Board elects from its members a Chair, a Secretary and a Treasurer, who constitute the Board's Executive Committee.

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