Open Science Diplomacy

The presentation builds on the S4D4C case study on Open Science Diplomacy. It includes basic information about Open Science and its benefits and challenges for Science Diplomacy in the light of European efforts in the context of “Open Innovation, Open

SciDiplo Bingo

The SciDiplo Bingo is a game to foster networking and interaction among workshop attendees. It combines professional and personal information exchange and provides an interactive environment to reflect on the acquired knowledge. Here you can find the printable material DOWNLOAD

Closing quiz on science diplomacy

This is an interactive competitive session where participants reply to questions in an online survey that tests their acquired knowledges from the conference or training workshop. This closing quiz on science diplomacy aims to make participants reflect on their acquired

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.

Solar Radiation Management

Solar radiation management is a theoretical approach to reducing some of the impacts of climate change. The session involves a short description of the approach as well as a jigsaw negotiation exercise on the topic. The exercise aims at appreciating

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

Science Diplomacy Stakeholders

Science Diplomacy is a fluid concept that depends on the challenge addressed, the sector and field concerned, the regions/countries involved. As it is very context specific, science diplomats needs skills to adequately map the stakeholder landscape they operate in. This

Study Trips

We recommend to include a study visit in any of your training programmes and share some lessons learnt from the S4D4C experiences: The S4D4C-Workshop in Trieste included a field visit to the synchrotron facility Elettra. The visit aimed at highlighting

Roundtable on Careers in Science Diplomacy

This material provides guidelines to organise a roundtable bringing together different professionals working in Science Diplomacy to share their expertise and career backgrounds, highlighting skills and career transition motives or stages. The roundtable aims to showcase the variety of professional