This framework describes the Agency`s policies and requirements for the application and management of Agency funds, the conduct of research and the dissemination of results, as well as the procedures followed by institutions and agencies in the event of an agency policy violation. The provisions of this framework are subject to the specific conditions of each funding agreement and to the agreement on the management of grants and agency bonuses by research organizations (the agreement) between the agencies and each institution. Funding agreement: a written agreement setting out the conditions to which an agency and a researcher accept for a given grant or distinction. It defines the responsibilities of the researcher, which is a violation of the agreement and the consequences of an offence. Applicants for SSHRC fellowships or fellowships who wish to work with researchers working in fields other than the social and human sciences should explore opportunities for multi-institutional research cooperation. Agreement on the management of grants and agency bonuses by research organizations (agreement): the agreement between agencies and agencies eligible for the granting and management of research funds by agencies. This policy applies to fellows and organizations that manage funds from three agencies. It does not apply to fellows, scholarships or chairholders. No provision in this agreement should be construed in such a way as to establish an agency relationship between the parties or to put the parties in a relationship of joint partners or undertakings, and no party has the right to engage or engage another party in any way. Scholars are required to recognize the agency in publications resulting from sustained research, in conference or conference documents, as well as in equipment and equipment purchased and/or developed with grants (e.g. B, identification of funding for agency equipment through stickers provided by the Agency). Common and agency-specific funding strategies are availab figured on each agency`s website.
Direct links are listed below. The Institute develops and manages a policy to combat allegations of policy violations by researchers who meet the minimum requirements set out in the framework. The institution applies its policy to all research conducted under its aegis or under its jurisdiction. In addition, researchers who solicit or maintain agencies are asked by agencies to comply with the CPR framework. The scholarships are awarded to eligible researchers and managed through the institution`s management systems. The Fellow approves expenses in accordance with the Agency`s policies and requirements, as outlined in the Relevant Agency`s Guide on its website, or as a condition of a grant, and with the institutions` guidelines. No one can initiate or approve the expenses of an aid account without the delegated authority of the fellow. Research is a company that aims to develop knowledge through disciplined and/or systematic study. CPR research includes the application and management of Agency funds, the achievement of research results and the dissemination of results (based on the second edition of the Tri-Council: Ethical Conduct of Research Involving Humans [TCPS 2]). A diagram summarizing the procedure for making allegations is shown in Appendix A. A glossary of the terms appears in Appendix B. The institution will carry out its duties in accordance with all relevant Agency policies, as amended or introduced, as part of the duration of the agreement.
Below is a list of the most common NSERC and SSHRC fellowships.