Month: October 2020

Europe and Canada addressing global challenges together: science diplomacy as a strategic approach

S4D4C has pulled together a panel for the 12th Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC 2020). The event took place during the opening parallel sessions on November 16. CSPC ran from November 16-20 as an online

What are the EU practices in Science Diplomacy? S4D4C Interactive Webinar Series 3

In the last years, the European Commission has strongly embraced science diplomacy as a fundamental tool of external relations and as a means to leverage the impact of European research and innovation framework programmes. Although

Insights from Commissioner Mariya Gabriel “Towards Science Diplomacy in the European Union”

This article has been written by Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth in October 2020. We are very grateful to her and her cabinet for acknowledging our project and its results.

Event announcement: Falling WallsXBerlin Science Week

Falling Walls and Berlin Science Week will host the 2020 edition of the World Science Summit, held remotely from 1 – 10 November 2020. The event gathers some of the world’s best researchers which will take

Who Are the Science Diplomacy Stakeholders? S4D4C Interactive Webinar Series 2

The second episode of our interactive webinar focused on deepening students’ understanding of module 3: Who Are the Science Diplomacy Stakeholders? The webinar offered an interactive learning experience combining discussions between experts on the content

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Online discussion: ‘Joining forces for sustainable development’ with Vienna School of International Studies

“Science Diplomacy – Joining forces for sustainable development” was the motto of the latest edition of the zoom discussion series “Diplomacy – Your Questions, Our Answers”, which is regularly being organised by the S4D4C consortium

Briefing Science Policy Fellows on Science Diplomacy

S4D4C is interested in the implementation of science diplomacy and science policy fellowships as opportunities to strengthen the links between these different worlds (for example, S4D4C has implemented its own small programme, inviting scientists to

What about diplomats? Insights from Susanne Keppler-Schlesinger & Maximilian Huck

Science diplomacy is made of individuals of many different backgrounds, blurring the lines between diplomacy and science.  In this researchers’ voice, SD4DC team members, Susanne Keppler-Schleisinger and Maximilian Huck elaborate on the multifaceted role of

What Is Science Diplomacy? S4D4C Interactive Webinar Series 1

The first episode of our interactive webinar focused on deepening students’ understanding of module 2: What is Science Diplomacy? The webinar offered an interactive learning experience combining discussions between experts on the content of the