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,
With this training material S4D4C presents an empirically founded co-creation approach to exploring and understanding the contemporary topic of science diplomacy. A core aspect of the envisioned approach is the openness of the discussion. This ideally suits the development of
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
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 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
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
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