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ECU Equality Charters assessment panels – declaration of interest

All panellists must submit a declaration of interest form in advance of taking part in a panel. If a conflict of interest becomes apparent the relevant ECU Equality Charter manager will decide if it prevents the panellist sitting on a panel where the conflict could manifest.

Panellists are automatically precluded from assessing applications from the institution where they are currently employed. Other conflicts of interest can include:

  • previous employment or study at a department or institution within the last ten years
  • paid consultancy at a department or institution within the last five years
  • close personal relationships with individuals at a department or institution

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Declaration of interest

 

Confirmation

  • All of the information you provide will be held securely and in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998). Should an individual inform ECU that they no longer wish to be considered as a panellist, their declaration of interest information will be destroyed one year after notification of withdrawal.
 

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