Ethics are a system of moral principles and a branch of knowledge enquiry that defines what is good for individuals and society (Benn 2004). Within research these are manifested in codes of conduct and ethical procedures created to guide and support researchers and practitioners as they navigate the complex dilemmas that research and practice raise. New paradigms in interdisciplinary research and the emergence of emancipatory and participatory methods are currently calling for a rethinking of existing ethical frameworks which are predicated on bioethics. This interactive workshop offers the opportunity to explore what ethics means for your research project. Participants will be taken through a series of crafted activities which have been developed as part of an EPSRC funded project by researchers in the UK. The workshop offers you an opportunity to develop your own ethical roadmap for your project and to consider some of the broader ethical processes and protocols that you will encounter in your research.