MRS Policy and Standards series aims to provide updates on all that is going on in professional standards and policy.

The second webinar will take place on 7 September 2020. Sign-up is FREE for MRS members and Company Partner employees.

Episode 3 : 7 September, 11.00-13.00

MRS Members and Company Partner Employees:
FREE (1 hour CPD)
                    
Non-members:
£25 + VAT = £30

Compiled and presented by the MRS Standards and Policy team, it’ll bring you closer to the experts behind Codeline, MRS’ email advice service for information on the Code of Conduct, GDPR, regulations and guidelines. You’ll also have the chance to submit questions to the MRS experts during the webinar, about any of the topics covered, or any other burning issues you may have.

Topics to be covered in the new episode will include:

  • MRS updated guidance  on research post-Covid-19
  • GDPR updates
  • MRS joint activities with other orgs
  • Frequent Codeline queries and topics

 

Debrah is responsible for all MRS operations and leads the Society’s standards, policy and public affairs activities. Debrah graduated from Southampton University in the early 90’s with an honours degree in Geography.
She first worked in accountancy and then moved to the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) in 1994. After working in auditing and compliance for ABC, she joined the management of MRS in 1999 to establish a new Standards and Policy department.
Debrah is the co-author (with Peter Jackson) of the book, Quality in Market Research: from Theory to Practice and is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Julie provides expertise on ethical and industry codes, standards and guidelines, and on the enforcement of professional standards to promote wider understanding of best practice in market, opinion and social research. This includes providing support to individual members, Company Partners and accredited Fair Data organisations in achieving best practice.
Julie is also responsible for the enforcement of professional standards and co-ordinates the investigation of disciplinary cases, including managing the work of the Market Research Standards Board and the Standards Department and supports the MRS Policy Unit.
Camilla is a Lawyer and a Privacy Enthusiast. She has an extensive background in EU affairs working for the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg and with the EU Institutions in Brussels. She holds a LL.M from the University of Luxembourg and a MA from the College of Europe, Bruges.


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