Ethics committee

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The Ethics Committee is an advisory body that provides opinions and recommendations on the definition and implementation of an ethical policy that respects the values and identity of the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

Areas of activity

The Ethics Committee formulates, independently and objectively, opinions and recommendations on ethical and deontological questions arising from the activities and functioning of the Foundation.

The committee is active in 4 main areas:

  • Identification and prevention of ethical risks in a broad context (tax evasion, lobbying, respect for human rights, health and safety, environmental impacts, confidentiality of personal data, remuneration of executives, etc.) ;
  • Preventing conflicts of interest and non-compliance with ethical principles in contractual choices and the acceptance of donations ;
  • Assessing ethical breach situations ;
  • Monitoring the implementation of actions to prevent risks and conflicts of interest.

How to contact the ethics committee?

Any individual or legal entity in contact with the FMSH may refer a matter to the ethics committee regarding one or more questions relating to an ethical situation in connection with the Foundation's activities.

To contact the ethics committee, you can:

  • Send an email to the address
  • Send a letter addressed to the attention of the ethics committee or one of its members to the following address: FMSH - 54, boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris"
Ethics Committee members
Portrait de Thierry Jeantet
Mr Thierry
President of the Foundation AG2R la Mondiale
Mr Thierry JEANTET
Bernard Baertschi
Mr Bernard
Senior scientist, University of Geneva
Portrait de Jean-Richarc CYTERMANN
Mr Jean-Richard
Compliance officer of the FMSH
Mr Jean-Richard CYTERMANN
Portrait de Michèle Geandreau-Massaloux
Mrs Michèle
State advisor
Portrait de Muriel Ubéda-Saillard
Mrs Muriel
Professor of Public Law, University of Lille