European Science Diplomacy Conference in Madrid – 5 years after the “Madrid Declaration”

5 years after the S4D4C conference in December 2018 which adopted the Madrid Declaration, Science Diplomacy is back in Madrid! Under the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU, the First EU Science Diplomacy

S4D4C has come to an end – long live European Union Science Diplomacy

Each project has a beginning and an end – for S4D4C these were January 1, 2018 (although one could argue that it started with the planning and proposal preparation phase already earlier) and April 30,

The Impact Story of S4D4C

At the end of the project’s duration (in April 2021) we are reflecting on contributions considering the long-term impact of our Horizon 2020-funded project “Using science for/in diplomacy for addressing global challenges” (S4D4C). The project’s

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Final Researcher’s voice: An interview with the project coordinator Elke Dall

Elke is senior researcher and project manager at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), in Vienna, Austria. She has been the project coordinator of the S4D4C project since the beginning of 2019. Her background is

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Taking the pulse of science diplomacy and developing practices of valuation (Nov. 2021)

One of the results of the S4D4C project has been published open access: Tim Flink’s account “Taking the pulse of science diplomacy and developing practices of valuation”  has been peer-reviewed and published in Science and

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Water Diplomacy – The New Modus Operandi of EU Diplomacy? Innovative Methods in Diplomatic Practice (Nov. 2021)

One of the case studies of S4D4C was the basis of a publication in The Hague Journal of Diplomacy published after the end of the project (received: 9 November 2020; revised: 9 April 2021; accepted:

Insights from the S4D4C community: results from our final survey

The S4D4C project is coming to an end and so we currently reflect a lot on our activities and impacts. In January, we also launched a “concluding survey” to collect information about our community and

Guest article on the S4D4C Networking Meeting: Dear Science Diplomacy – Where do you want to go (from Here)?

In this article, Sneha Sinha, Research Associate at the  Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS) in New Delhi, shares her perspective on the S4D4C final networking meeting. We want to appreciate her perspective

Notes on navigating both worlds from Marga Gual Soler

For this new researchers’ voice, S4D4C team member Marga is sharing her insights with us. Marga is a scientist engaged in the advancement of science diplomacy and the founder of SciDipGLOBAL. She has collaborated on

2021 AAAS-TWAS Course on Science Diplomacy

Our partner The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) and the S4D4C associated partner the American Association for the Advancement of Science ( AAAS), are offering another Science Diplomacy training course (online, August 30 to September