The CRISP project has an ethics advisor who consults in regular meetings on ethical concerns, such as preventing increasing vulnerability or stigmatization of vulnerable groups.
A user council – a group of persons living with dementia in Luxembourg – gives regular input, for the first time at the Dementia Research Forum in September 2019, on the realization of the research project.
We disseminate findings from our research through publications, press releases and social media to the general public.
In the team, we constantly search for measures to reduce our academic carbon footprint:
#flyingless – Traveling by train instead of airplane where possible
We compensate emissions from conference air travel with private funds
We hold meetings via video call instead of traveling where possible
Hosting of events with at least half of the food choices vegetarian