ELIAMEP is an independent research and training institute. ELIAMEP’s commitment to institutional independence is rooted in the individual independence and integrity of its researchers. The integrity and objectivity of researchers and their research constitute the Foundation’s principal assets.
ELIAMEP respects and protects the objectivity of researchers and academic freedom. It provides a workplace that is supportive and inclusive, protects copyright and intellectual property rights and research data, and it helps researchers amplify the impact of their research and policy recommendations.
ELIAMEP provides a forum for public debate and is a center of production and circulation of ideas. ELIAMEP’s institutional policy prohibits research misconduct, such as intentional misrepresentation in performing research or in reporting research results, plagiarism and taking credit for the ideas and achievements of others. In its research, it respects the biological and spiritual integrity of man, human dignity, and the principle of non-discrimination on the basis of sex, race ethnic origin, language, religion, disability, political belief and socioeconomic status.
In this context, ELIAMEP has set up a Research Ethics Committee (REC), responsible for safeguarding the implementation of our foundation’s guide on research ethics, and for auditing, evaluating and advising the legal and ethical aspects of research. Additionally, ELIAMEP’s researchers comply with the legislation about data protection and collaborate with ELIAMEP’s Data Protection Officer. Researchers request the written consent and advice of the REC and plan their research accordingly. They ensure the confidentiality of information and assess the effects that any voluntary or involuntary disclosure of personal data might have on the participants.
ELIAMEP’s researchers conduct research in line with the requirements of the legislation enforcing the protection of intellectual property and inventions protected by a patent.
ELIAMEP promotes research findings and independent information, analysis and policy proposals, contributing to public dialogue.
ELIAMEP promotes collaborative efforts to advance the public good through working with other think tanks, foundations, universities, and the private sector, as well as government officials.
ELIAMEP promotes full transparency regarding its funding sources, as well as the terms of collaboration with its public and private funders.
Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy/ GDPR
Personal data refers to any information that can lead to the identification of a user.
The website is in full compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 679/2016. In particular, personal data is subject to lawful processing in a transparent manner. The data are collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and are not processed in any way incompatible with the original purposes. By providing personal information, such as the “first and last name” and “email”, you agree and consent to the use and disclosure with the aim of receiving information about ELIAMEP’s activities.
You have the right to revoke your consent to the use of your e-mail or other information, at any time, by sending a message to the following email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further processing may only be performed for the purpose of archiving/storing or improving ELIAMEP’s services. The data that are processed are appropriate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which they were originally collected. At the same time, the rights to information, access, correction, deletion, restriction or portability and objection are always provided as required by the GDPR Regulation. For the exercise of those rights, you can contact the website at the following e-mail address: email@example.com .
ELIAMEP will not otherwise transmit, disseminate or otherwise disclose any information you provide 1) without the consent or express command of this or 2) in case this is required by the law and / or by the Competent Authorities. Generally, data collected by users of ELIAMEP’s electronic pages and ELIAMEP’s forms is not disclosed to third parties and is in not published or otherwise exploited.
ELIAMEP is responsible for processing the personal data collected in the context of operation of its electronic pages, for as long as this is required for the purpose of processing. If you have any questions about your rights, as user of ELIAMEP’s electronic pages, you may contact us at the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not satisfied with the use of your data or by our response with regards to your rights, as user of ELIAMEP’s electronic pages, you are entitled to submit a complaint to the Supervising Authority.
When submitting your application for participation in an event, ELIAMEP collects the data specified in the participation form, which is necessary for promoting information material, replying to any request and personalized communication and realizing its training and information objectives. Some of your personal data (photos and audio-visual footage) may be taken and published during and after the event in the framework of ELIAMEP’s communication activities. If you do not agree with these processing of your personal data, please inform the person responsible for the event using the contact information and explicitly specifying your request.
Website and Social Media:
The use of the website and the social media is in accordance to Law.
Our Web site bears no responsibility about the content and services of other Web sites to which it directs through links, nor does it guarantee their availability. Problems that might occur during the visit/use of the linked Web sites fall into the exclusive responsibility of the relevant Web sites.
Cookies are data files that are transferred from a web server to the person’s computer who visits the website, without revealing the person’s identity and without providing any information about the person’s documents in his computer.
The Website under the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 679/2016, as in force from May 25, 2018 and the national law, will retain, file and process the user’s personal data collected through the website for the purpose of the user’s access to the provided services, after the user’s consent.
If a copyright holder identifies illegally published material on ELIAMEP’s website, which (a) is not covered by any restriction or other exception under the Greek law for intellectual property and (b) its use has not been granted permission, he/she is kindly requested to contact ELIAMEP by e-mail at email@example.com