Our Work

At Eticas we help you with responsible research and innovation, societal impact assessment methodologies, awareness, training, education and policy. We analyse the contextual factors that can and should guide technological development and implementation.



The INSPEC2T project will provide good practice procedures that law enforcement agencies and communities can adopt in order to promote effective community policing and successfully exploit its benefits. More…
The project ORIGINS aims to study the security of the extended border and more particularly passport breeder document security. More…
Graffolution aims at contributing to counteracting the increase of graffiti vandalism focusing on smart awareness and prevention solutions for all affected stakeholder groups summarised on an innovative web based platform. More…


Eticas has been awarded with the Premi Barcelona a la Empresa Innovadora en Conciliació i Temps 2016. We are very happy to be promoting good practices!


Galdon-Clavell, G. and Ouziel, P. (forthcoming)
“Spain’s Documento Nacional de Identidad. An e-ID for the 21st Century with a controversial past”.
In Boersma, K. et al. (eds.) The History of Surveillance in Europe and Beyond. London: Routledge.
Galdon-Clavell, G. (2013)
“(Not So) Smart Cities? The drivers, impact and risks of surveillance-enabled smart environaments”.
In Science and Public Policy.
De Hert, P., Galetta, A., Boulet, G., Szekely, I., Vissy, B., Raab, C., Jones, R., Amicelle, A., Moe-Price, M. and Galdon-Clavell, G. (2013)
“Regulating surveillance: comparative analysis of European national experiences”.
In The Legal Perspective. Deliverable 2.3 of FP7 IRISS Project. Pgs. 45-65.
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