The Final Networking Meeting of the project S4D4C (Using science for/in diplomacy for addressing global challenges) entitled “Addressing Global Challenges Together: the Role of Science Diplomacy” took place between 15-19 March 2021.
More information on www.s4d4c.eu
The session “Harnessing Knowledge for Global Challenges”, includes the following parts:
– S4D4C ON THE SPOTLIGHT: “A New Conceptual Framework for Science Diplomacy and What Matters in Science Diplomacy”.
A dialogue to explore the state-of-the-art and emerging challenges facing the concept of science diplomacy in the context of addressing global challenges between:
Tim Flink, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and the German Center of Higher Education Research and Science Studies
Mitchell Young, Department of European Studies, Charles University
Chaired by Marga Gual Soler, SciDipGLOBAL
– PANEL ROUNDTABLE: “Knowledge for Global Challenges”
The panel eflects on the different array of science advice mechanisms and their input into the evidence-informed foreign policymaking process:
David Mair, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
Suvi Seppäläinen, European External Action Service
Rana Dajani, The Hashemite University, Jordan and Society of the Advancement of Science and Technology in the Arab World
Thomas Flichy de La Neuville, The Institute of World Politics, and Rennes School of Business
Chaired by Ana Elorza Moreno, Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology