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Date(s) - 15/02/2022
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The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP) at University College London (UCL) have launched a call for papers on the latest policy developments and issues in science diplomacy, on Innovations in Science Diplomacy: Structures, Policies & Governance for the New Decade.
As part of this partnership, JSPG and UCL STEaPP will organize 2 webinars with expert perspectives on science diplomacy, and a policy writing workshop to help prospective authors improve their submissions to the issue.
Time is to be defined. More information will be available on the event page:
Webinar 2: February 15, 2022Inclusivity in science diplomacy: non-state actors and under-represented communities

Moderator: Kristiann Allen, Associate Director, Policy & Int’l Engagement, Koi Tu Centre for Informed Futures, U Auckland / Exec. Sec, INGSA

– Binyam Sisay Mendisu, Associate Professor of African Languages & Linguistics, The Africa Institute, Sharjah, UAE
– Melody Brown Burkins, Director of the Institute of Arctic Studies, Senior Associate Director in the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, and Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies at Dartmouth
– Romain Murenzi, Exec Dir. of UNESCO-TWAS, former Minister of Science for Rwanda

With introductions from: Adriana Bankston, JSPG CEO & Managing Publisher @AdrianaBankston

This webinar series will engage thought leaders in the field to discuss the most important topics for the next generation to focus on within science diplomacy. These webinars will help inform and inspire potential authors with their writing for the special issue.

JSPG & UCL STEaPP Special Issue Webinar 2: Inclusivity in Science Diplomacy: Non-State Actors and Under-Represented Communities