Chapitre 4. L’encadrement des recherches scientifiques impliquant les communautés autochtones en France : commentaire de l’avis du Comité d’éthique du CNRS portant sur l’impératif d’équité dans les rapports entre chercheurs et populations autochtones.

Abstract : Historically, scientific research and colonization process have maintained very close ties. In order to frame research involving indigenous peoples and to avoid situations of abuse, some States have developed very detailed ethical frameworks. In France, there are no ethical framework comparable to those observed in particular in Anglo-Saxon countries like Canada. Extensive discussions were conducted by the Ethics Committee of the CNRS leading to the adoption of an opinion of a high quality but which appears largely unknown and under-exploited. This opinion deals with “the delicate question of the rights of local and indigenous populations during the research projected conducted with their support in developed and developing countries (DCs)”. In this paper, we propose to analyze how this opinion can be considered remarkable because it recognizes the current challenges of research projects involving indigenous people, but also because of his recommendations. We still see that the scope of its recommendations is however limited so far, although some encouraging experiences like the recent adoption of the CRIOBE centre code of ethics in French Polynesia can be observed.
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Thomas Burelli, Tamatoa Bambridge. Chapitre 4. L’encadrement des recherches scientifiques impliquant les communautés autochtones en France : commentaire de l’avis du Comité d’éthique du CNRS portant sur l’impératif d’équité dans les rapports entre chercheurs et populations autochtones.. Journal International de Bioéthique, ESKA, 2015, 26 (4), p. 75-98. ⟨hal-01310531⟩

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