All posts by Alexander Degelsegger-Márquez

S4D4C Coordinator

S4D4C’s 1st Global Meeting took place in Madrid

A truly global community of science diplomacy scholars and practitioners met on the occasion of S4D4C’s 1st Global Meeting, which took place 12-14 December at the headquarters of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation

Science in parliament: An interesting initiative on the sidelines of S4D4C

Our project partners at FECYT in Spain are one of the driving forces behind an initiative to improve the science advice infrastructure in Spain: „Ciencia en el Parlamento“ (Science in Parliament) brings scientists to the

Policy brief on science diplomacy in the European Union

Tim Flink and Charlotte Rungius, our S4D4C colleagues at DZHW/Germany, have published our project’s first policy brief focusing on practices and prospects in European Union science diplomacy. With the European Commission making greater efforts in engaging

S4D4C’s 1st Global Meeting

Our 1st S4D4C Global Meeting ‘EU Science Diplomacy Beyond 2020’ (see Programme and Speakers’ Corner sections) took place in Madrid between 12-14 December. We discussed global challenges from a multidisciplinary approach, bringing onboard the experience

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Science Diplomacy at the Intersection of S&T Policies and Foreign Affairs: Toward a Typology of National Approaches

In the wake of burgeoning international activities and collaborative venues in S&T, rich industrial countries have taken to science diplomacy to strengthen their innovative capacities or to foster cross-border civil relations. Apart from some theoretical

Open notebook #1

We have written elsewhere that our project has kicked off its activities in Vienna on 1 and 2 February 2018. So what are we up to now? There is three main lines of activities: We are

Kick-off meeting

S4D4C kicked off project activities in Vienna In S4D4C, we bring together a group of science diplomacy researchers, experts on EU foreign and science policy, science diplomacy practitioners as well as training institutions. The people involved met