InsSciDE – Inventing a shared Science Diplomacy for Europe.
The InsSciDE project aims to create new knowledge on past and present science diplomacy in Europe, engage stakeholders in drawing lessons learned, and deliver shared policy and training tools.
InsSciDE aims to reveal and foster Europe’s capital of science diplomacy experience. Themes of historical and critical study include Heritage, Health, Security, Environment, and Space. InsSciDE will also write the contemporary history of diplomats’ networks and of roles played by National Academies of Science or Technology. Scientists and diplomats will meet to better understand each other and forge a common culture. Interactive seminars and summer schools provide a dozen opportunities over the course of four years (2018-2021) to network, reflect, and participate in creating a shared science diplomacy for Europe.
The InsSciDE project is coordinated at the Institute of Communication Science (ISCC) at the Sorbonne University and consists of a consortium of 15 partners from Sweden, Hungary, Italy, Greece, France, Poland, Austria, United Kingdom, Portugal, .
The project has received funding under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement no 770523). It runs from 2018 to 2021.