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Shaping science diplomacy for Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe is the ninth European Research and Innovation Framework Programme (2021-2027) and successor programme of Horizon 2020 which is co-funding also the S4D4C project activities. The strategic plan, rules of participation and guidelines for

“Science Diplomacy and Global Challenges” at the ECPR General Conference

Our S4D4C partner Mitchell Young (Charles University Prague) organised a panel at the general conference of the European Consortium For Political Research (ECPR) on August 28, 9.00-10.45 CET. It is part of the section on

S4D4C at the EASST/4S 2020 conference: STI, science diplomacy and international knowledge asymmetries

S4D4C presented a session on Friday, August 21, 3:00 to 4:40 pm CEST. STI, science diplomacy and international knowledge asymmetries In the frame of the conference theme “Locating and Timing Matters: Significance and agency of

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What everyone is talking about: COVID-19 (and science diplomacy?)

We currently all feel united in our worries about the infectious disease COVID-19 and the socio-economic crisis that is following. The S4D4C team members are of course also concerned, for example we had to cancel

S4D4C online lecture “Science Diplomacy in the Making”

Upon invitation of the TU Dortmund Center for Higher Education, Stefan Kuhlmann and Ewert Aukes (both University of Twente) provided the online lecture “Science Diplomacy in the Making” in the frame of the “Higher Education

European Science Diplomacy Online Course Surpasses Expectations

We launched the course just 3 weeks ago and more than 3.000 trainees have already started the course, 300 of them have already received a certificate! Congratulations! Are you still wondering if the course is

European Science Diplomacy Online Course now ready – for you!

Make use of a unique online training opportunity in science diplomacy Today marks a true milestone in the S4D4C project. After months of intensive preparations, conceptual discussions and a careful collection of material, the S4D4C

Training Materials on Science Diplomacy now available on our website!

In 2019, S4D4C organised two training workshops on Science Diplomacy – one in October in Trieste and one in November in Vienna. Since then, we have been working on preparing the training materials used during

Open Science Diplomacy to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic

By Katja Mayer The Coronavirus crisis shows us how fragile and sensitive our living environments are. Everywhere taken for granted infrastructures collapse, or it becomes clear that they are insufficiently available or maintained. It has

S4D4C’s Considerations on ‘How to Include Science Diplomacy Aspects in Horizon Europe?’

One of the main goals of the S4D4C project is to support current and future European science diplomacy for the benefit of European capacities, EU foreign policy goals and especially the development of solutions for