One of S4D4C’s mission is to increase the conceptual understanding of science diplomacy addressing global challenges. This also includes a critical review of how the concept is currently used to better understand and use it. In the peer-reviewed article Romancing
S4D4C team member Tim Flink published an article entitled “The sensationalist Discourse of Science Diplomacy: A critical reflection”. This piece is part of the series of special articles that S4D4C researchers have contributed to The Hague Journal of Diplomacy Forum
What matters in science diplomacy? That is the question that our new publication “The ‘Matters’ of Science Diplomacy: Transversal Analysis of the S4D4C Case Studies” aims to answer. To do so, the transversal analysis critically analyses the content of our
S4D4C welcomes the recent publication in Open Access of the article entitled “What Is a Science Diplomat?” and written by our S4D4C partner Lorenzo Melchor. This piece is part of the series of special articles that S4D4C researchers have contributed
There is no science diplomacy without the substantial involvement of scientists. Scientists know that and have increasingly shown more interests in science policy. However, most traditional scientific training does not prepare scientists to interact outside the academic bubble.
In May 2020 S4D4C launched an online course on European science diplomacy. Almost 5,000 students have registered – this surpasses our expectations. Let’s seize the moment and build a science diplomacy community! S4D4C offers you a series of six live
Our sister project InsSciDE organized a two-days webinar session titled “Actors’ perspectives: Science diplomacy and the cross-sectoral impacts of Covid-19″. In the 4 panels, different practitioners, scholars and stakeholders of science diplomacy discussed science diplomacy in the context of the