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Research Ethics Association presents



In association with


This event has been postponed. PEREC will be rearranged with a new date soon

Some registration details

  • Attendance is free for all University of Bath and University of Exeter PGRs and ECRS.

  • PGR and ECRs from other universities will have complementary access if they have submitted an abstract that has been accepted.

Research Ethics Association presents



The Research Ethics Association is pleased to announce the inaugural PGR and ECR Research Ethics Conference (PEREC), dedicated to Postgraduate Researchers and Early Career Researchers from all disciplines. This conference aims to promote interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration in the realm of research ethics.

Date: Friday, 5th July 2024

Time: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Location: University of Bath, UK

Drinks Reception: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Registration: From £0 - £30 (subsidised considerably by REA, University of Bath. University of Exeter and Research England)

Other useful Information

We're excited to announce that refreshments will be available throughout the day, including a complimentary lunch provided to all attendees. Plus, don't miss our drinks reception, open to all conference participants, where you can network and unwind after a day of stimulating discussions.

In our commitment to making this event accessible to all, we've partnered with Great Western Railway to offer heavily discounted train tickets for attendees. Keep an eye out for further details on how to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

Stay tuned for more updates on additional perks and arrangements to enhance your conference experience!

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Conference Highlights

Prepare for an enriching and interdisciplinary conference experience tailored exclusively for you. Dive into insightful discussions, showcase your latest research, and take the lead in shaping the future of ethics.

With engaging presentations led by your peers, this conference offers a unique opportunity for PGRs and ECRs from all disciplines to come together and explore the ethical dimensions of their work.

Submit abstracts for individual presentations (either individually or as a pair), posters and workshops covering diverse topics within research ethics. Regardless of your field of study, whether in the sciences, humanities, social sciences, or beyond, your perspectives and insights are valued and encouraged.

Join us for an inclusive and collaborative event where interdisciplinary dialogue thrives, and connections are made across academic boundaries. Don't miss out on this chance to contribute to the collective advancement of ethical research practices.

What's even better is this conference is organised with your wallet in mind. REA is committed to providing accessible events for all, and in partnership with the University of Bath, University of Exeter Research England and other organisations, we've heavily subsidised the cost of attendance. 

Join Us

We welcome all researchers, regardless of discipline, to participate in this enriching event. Whether you're an ECR or just starting your academic journey, the PGR and ECR Research Ethics Conference offers a valuable platform for learning, networking, and collaboration.

Registration will open Wednesday 1st May 2024, so please do save the date in your calendar.

Call for Abstracts

We invite abstract submissions from all disciplines, embracing the diversity of academic inquiry. Whether you're in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Science, Technology, Maths and Engineering, the Arts, or beyond, we want to hear from you. Abstracts can cover a wide spectrum of topics related to ethics, reflecting your research findings, experiences, critical thoughts, literature reviews, or any other insights you're eager to share. This is your chance to contribute to a vibrant exchange of ideas and shape the conversation around ethical practices in research. We are accepting abstracts in the form on individual presentations, symposiums and panel discussions, workshops and posters. 



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