The partnership between ITERP and its teams is based on mutual assistance, complementarity, confidentiality, respect for different points of view, and a refusal of hierarchical relationships. All ITERP members are considered to be equally important to the project. ITERP is firmly committed to non-discrimination and believes in equal opportunity in all its forms.
ITERP strongly opposes the establishment of a hierarchy among prevention programs, the imposition of an assessment in the agreement, and the active participation of those involved. Evaluation should not be seen as a negative judgment imposed from the outside, but rather as a driver of progress and as a renewal of best practices. ITERP does not publish any information about its partners. All the evaluation data stored is immediately made anonymous in order to avoid all risks related to the dissemination of information. All ITERP members sign a confidentiality agreement and an ethical charter. The structures and research teams involved in this consortium have a permanent right of withdrawal.
ITERP is already bringing together multiple teams, but we are counting on your logistical support, as well as on your scientific participation to extend this network to all countries of the world. This collaborative program will be officially launched in September 2018.