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Euraxess - Researchers in Motion at UiT

Improving working conditions for researchers at UiT

In January 2010, UiT endorsed The European Charter for Researchers and a Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, that has now become the European Charter for Researchers. This is a set of 20 principles and demands designed to improve working and employment conditions for researchers and promote researcher mobility and research cooperation in Europe.

UiT continuously work to improve recruitment procedures, working conditions and career development opportunities for researchers through our strategy and and term plan, as well as the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) hosted by Euraxess. For this work UiT has been awarded the right to use The HR Excellence in Research logo. At the moment we are working on our new action plan for 2024-2026. 

Ethics, integrity, gender and open science

Researchers assessment, recruitment (OTM-R Policy) and progression

Working conditions and practices

Research careers and talent development

Previous Action Plans

Sist endret: 22.02.2024, endret av: Gølin Irene Larsen