MRIA’s Code of Conduct is self-regulatory and intended to reflect the standard of “best practice” in Canada, providing explicit assurance of
consumer protection in how the industry interacts with and serves the Canadian public. MRIA’s newly introduced Code of Conduct replaces MRIA’s previous Code of Conduct and Good Practices (dated
The Charter of Respondent Rights is an important part of MRIA's standards as it lets Canadians know that we are serious about our commitment to respecting their Rights as research project
participants, and it will enable them to better distinguish between legitimate research and fraudulent selling-under-the-guise of research.
To download the Charter of Respondent Rights,click here.