This document contains a set of statements from existing codes of ethics that attracted positive feedback in the first workshop at ICTD 2016 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Please read through the document. If there are items here that you would be unhappy about being included / paraphrased in a code of ethics for ICTD research, please make a comment on this page so we can raise them for discussion.
Other documents deal with statements that were:
- Raised for discussion: a list of statements and comments that were marked up in blue or purple indicating that these issues need careful thought in ICTD ethics.
- Proposed for rejection: a list of statements marked up in red indicating that the reader was concerned that these should not be included in a code of ethics for ICTD research.