New SSHOC blog post: Veronika Keck writes about the Code of Conduct for the Social Sciences and Humanities

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"Working in open access, implementing reusability of research data, and FAIR principles, addressing legal and ethical issues are some of the key aspects of daily work for researchers striving to be in line with the principles of integrity, accountability, independence and impartiality. In recent years, many researchers have indicated the need for some guidance, standards, a code of conduct to support them to comply with GDPR while using data for the research. To fill this gap and support open access and reusability of research data within the context of EOSC, the SSHOC partners initiated work on a Code of Conduct for the Social Sciences and Humanities." 

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