Support to the Urgent appeal to European Governments and EU Institutions: Take Action for Afghanistan’s scholars, researchers, and civil society actors

Support to the Urgent appeal to European Governments and EU Institutions: Take Action for Afghanistan’s scholars, researchers, and civil society actors

The European Science Diplomacy Alliance has decided to endorse the appeal to European Governments and EU Institutions: Take Action for Afghanistan’s scholars, researchers, and civil society actors which was published by the network “Scholars-at-Risk” on August 22, 2021. Urgent appeal

Opinion by S4D4C-researchers published: Reshape science diplomacy for an interconnected world

Opinion by S4D4C-researchers published: Reshape science diplomacy for an interconnected world

The Horizon 2020 project “Using Science for/in Diplomacy for Addressing Global Challenges” or short S4D4C (see www.s4d4c.eu) was recently concluded but the publication of results continues. Ewert Aukes, Stefan Kuhlmann and Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros from the University of Twente have recently

Science Diplomacy as a priority of the Central European Initiative – call for proposals

Science Diplomacy as a priority of the Central European Initiative – call for proposals

As featured already in the S4D4C stakeholder voice about a year ago (see https://www.s4d4c.eu/stakeholders-voices-5-a-conversation-with-the-central-european-initiative), science diplomacy is a priority for the Central European Initiative (CEI). In their CEI Plan of Action 2021-2023, an objective to support science diplomacy is included.