Simulation Game on Joint programming: The ‘Common pot’ game

The ‘Common pot’ simulation game is based on the European research Framework programmes, the main funding instrument for research and innovation in the European Union (EU). It is suitable to develop skills in several fields like negotiations, effective verbal communication,

Figure “Science Diplomacy: Vision, Instruments And Actors”

Showing this figure will allow trainees to understand ways in which science diplomacy can contribute to solving global challenges, to understand different aspects of the concept and to broaden the understanding that different actors can be involved in the different

Exercise on Negotiations Skills

This exercise introduces the topic of negotiations. This session adds an interactive element to your training: the participants can exchange their experiences and create their own Do ́s and Don ́t. The exercise offers a good transition to the main

Global Health and Science Diplomacy

This simulation exercise aims at providing insights in the complexities of consensus building around data sharing and open science. It wants to bring to the fore the different positions and interests of stakeholders and their many factors influencing decision making.

Water Diplomacy

The material presents the case study “Water diplomacy and its future in the national, regional, and European environments” within the S4D4C project. The S4D4C case on water diplomacy illustrates that there is no single understanding of the link between water

Ice-breaking-Interactive Session

This is an interactive session to kick off a training workshop in Science Diplomacy to identify knowledge strengths and weaknesses in participants, followed by a short presentation to establish some basic concepts and introduce the whole workshop structure. With this

Diplomacy meets Science, Science meets Diplomacy

The aim of this session is to talk with experienced science diplomats about key questions like what do they understand as Science Diplomacy, who does it and how it is done. You can find the material and information on its

Introduction to EU Science Diplomacy

Understanding EU Science Diplomacy requires basic knowledge of European institutions and policies, both regarding science and foreign affairs. This presentation provides an overview of EU Science Diplomacy, including activities under the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen