Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)

Promoting an approach of excellence requires the creation of an environment favourable to research, to the training and career of researchers and to their mobility.

In 2012, the University of Namur has embarked on the process of obtaining the label issued by the European Commission (EC): "HR Excellence in Research".

Today, a researcher can submit an application for European or Walloon funding thanks to this label. The European Commission asks the university that has engaged in the process to implement the Charter and the Code of Conduct for European Researchers.

THE EUROPEAN CHARTER AND CODE OF CONDUCT FOR RESEARCHERS

The Researcher's Recruitment Code is included in the European Charter for Researchers. The Charter brings together 40 principles grouped into 4 themes:


PROCESS

Who's involved? How to get involved?

Monitoring the process

Gap analysis (2012)

HRS4R action plans :