Thursday, January 1, 2009

UGAT Code of Ethics

Code of Ethics of the Organization

An Anthropologist must be scientifically objective (truthful) and relevant to national and community goals; sincere to his/her host community and obliged to explain to them the objectives and implications of his/her research; to listen to criticism by his/her host community of the research he has conducted; and eventually to provide them a copy of his/her work, ideally in their language, for the host community would be the final arbiter of the validity of his/her research;

An Anthropologist doing research has the obligation to make available the results of his/her research data not only to the host community and his/her scientific community, but also to the larger community; and,

The Anthropologist has the right and the obligation to criticize unethical practices of fellow anthropologists and other individuals and institutions that affect the practice of anthropology.

Article II, Section 2, Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao Inc. (UGAT) Constitution

UGAT Constitution and By-Laws

Constitution and By-Laws of the Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao (UGAT), Inc.

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