The governing body of CISPAC is conceptualized and designed according to international academic standards and guided by principles of good governance, co-management and public accountability in its institutional activities and among its members. It complies with the codes that should be respected by all public academic or research institutions.
CISPAC governance rests on basic principles that inspire its activities, responsibilities and production:
Maintaining full academic and research freedom in basic and applied research, which is coherent and responsible within the frame of the Scientific Agenda of the Centre and performed according to the required ethical and deontological principles.
Safeguarding the autonomy of the Centre, along with the commitment to transparency and public accountability, economically and in everything relating to the social impact of the activities it promotes.
Fostering an academic mission of research excellence in training and knowledge transfer to the productive sphere and throughout the territory.
Guaranteeing the rigorous selection of research personnel based on their merits and enable ongoing assessment through objective systems and external consulting entities.
Promoting the meaningful and objective participation of its members and external evaluators, while respecting the principles of open government.
Incorporating sustainability principles into its actions.
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