The S4D4C event, opened by Tim Flink and Elke Dall of the S4D4C consortium at the Magnus-Haus (seat of the German Physical Society) in Berlin, contributed further to the visibility that the science diplomacy concept gained over the previous decade.
In May, InsSciDE participated in a panel discussion at Roma Tre University at a workshop on “The history of EURATOM. – Science, international politics and nuclear diplomacy”. Project Coordinator, Pascal Griset, offered the panel a survey of the InsSciDE project
The first of four InsSciDE policy briefs is now available for download. The policy brief on Building an interdisciplinary European science diplomacy targets European institutional governance, research & funding, pedagogy and knowledge transfer. Science diplomacy is at the core of
Already for the 13th time, re:publica 2019 is currently bringing together the European digital culture community for a 3-day event in Berlin (May 6-8), convening to discuss both current trends and technologies in the digital society. re:publica is Europe’s largest
After S4D4C’s 1st Global Meeting on Science Diplomacy took place in Madrid in December 2018, we are proud to announce that the project has published its “Madrid Declaration on Science Diplomacy”! It was signed by a group of high-level experts
The Commission on Science Technology & Diplomacy is inviting scholars to submit papers for an upcoming workshop from July 19-20 at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark. Call for papers: Diplomats in science diplomacy: Promoting scientific and technological collaboration
The “European Leadership in Cultural, Science and Innovation Diplomacy (EL-CSID)” project (Horizon 2020) analysed the relevance of cultural, science and innovation diplomacy for EU external relations, locating developments in these fields in the evolving global context. On February 27, 2019,
On 14 September 2018, three H2020 projects took the stage in Washington D.C. to inform a North American and international audience about the ‘state of play’ of science diplomacy in Europe. The European Commission-funded science diplomacy projects InsSciDE, S4D4C