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Rules of Procedure

Rules of Procedure


IUDAA Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee's function is to ensure respect for the rights and freedoms of the Educational Community in the actions of its members, in order to guarantee them.


 1. Independence and Autonomy. Its actions will not be subject to any imperative mandate, they will be governed by the principles of independence, objectivity, impartiality, confidentiality, moderation, a sense of equanimity and autonomy, and it will report on its management through an annual report to the Institute's Senate. This Committee will not be hierarchically obligated to any authority or governing body of the Institute and may not be expedited due to opinions it formulates in the exercise of its powers.

2. Preference: for the development of its work, all the management, administration, representation and management bodies of the Institute are obliged to assist the Committee, on a preferential and urgent basis.

3. The Committee is governed by Education Law 3/2020, the Universities Law and complementary regulations, these regulations and those regulations that may be applicable to it.

4. Election: The members of the Board of Directors will present the proposals of the candidates who will be selected from among the teachers or administrators of the educational community of the Center or who provide services in it who will be chosen by voting. The mandate will be 4 years and may be renewable once more.

5. Appointment: Once elected, the Director of the Center, at the proposal of the members of the Board of Directors, will make their appointments effective.

6. Termination: At his own request, due to termination of his mandate, due to death or disability, due to revocation of the Senate

7. Functions. Receive, hear and process complaints presented by members of the educational community, in which non-compliance with the law or any other legitimate harm to the rights of the complainants in their relations with the Center is reported, even if a strict violation of the legality.

8. Obtain from the different bodies or services, as well as from the people affected by the complaints, whatever information and documentation is deemed appropriate for the fulfillment of its purposes, with an obligation to remain confidential, respecting, in all cases, the regulations that are applicable. application.

9. Make the recommendations that it considers appropriate for the solution of the complaints submitted to its knowledge.

10. Prepare any reports and bodies that are requested by university authorities and bodies and that it deems appropriate to issue in relation to its actions.

11. Carry out, at the request of the interested parties, mediation and conciliation actions that lead to a quick and effective solution to the matters submitted to their consideration.

12. Advise students on the existing administrative procedures for formulating their claims, without prejudice to the powers of other administrative bodies.

13. Suggest modifying the rule if strict compliance with it could cause unfair or harmful situations for those administered.

14. Communicate to complainants the results of their investigations through resolution. “Alicia Alonso” Higher Dance Institute Internal Regulation 20

15. Prepare an annual report to the Institute's Senate.

16. Seek advice from external experts if necessary.

17. Create as many commissions as necessary in the investigation of information files motivated by complaints from the parties.

18. Promote the implementation of disciplinary proceedings, classifying the offenses according to the seriousness of the verified facts.

19. Develop the necessary procedures so that in every process the principles of equity established by the Spanish Constitution are maintained within the framework of impartiality and confidentiality, always preserving the identity of the people involved.

20. Any other functions attributed to it by the Law, the Statutes of the Foundation, these regulations or other applicable regulations.


President: Mrs. Carmen Caffarel, Professor of Communication URJC

Vice President: Mrs. Alicia Salas Morillo, Professor of Acrobatic Dances and Circus Techniques, Safeguarding Officer of the Andalusian Gymnastics Federation for the prevention of sexual harassment and abuse.

Secretary: Mrs. Leticia Pérez Cid, Director of the Documentary and Research Fund »Alicia Alonso». Coexistence Coordinator

Member: Mrs. María Teresa Cobas, Professor of Psychology, expert on gender violence issues.

Member: María del Pilar Ordoñez, Professor of Music Applied to Dance.

Vocal: D José Manuel García, Professor of Spanish Dance, specialist in folklore.

Member: Mr. Dodanys Manuel García Aguilera, Professor of Pedagogy, Curriculum Design and Attention to Diversity


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