Category: Publications

Science Diplomacy in the Making: Case-based insights from the S4D4C project

We are very happy to announce that the next major outcome of the S4D4C project is now available online – Science Diplomacy in the Making: Case-based insights from the S4D4C project – is a volume

S4D4C research on science diplomacy reflected in articles in “Forschung: Politik-Strategie-Management”

S4D4C partners Ewert Aukes, Stefan Kuhlmann and Tim Flink are proud to announce that two of their recent articles have now been published in the current edition of the journal “Forschung: Politik – Strategie –

S4D4C policy brief: Towards effective science diplomacy practice

Our S4D4C colleagues from the University of Twente, Ewert Aukes, Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros, Stefan Kuhlman, and Sanaz Honarmand-Ebrahimi have published another policy brief focusing on key premises for the development of effective governance mechanisms for science

First version of a science diplomacy governance framework developed in S4D4C published by the University of Twente

As part of a series of working papers, (STePS working paper series “Science, Technology & Policy Studies”), S4D4C project partner University of Twente published a first version of a science diplomacy governance framework, which was

What it takes to do science diplomacy. Baseline analysis and needs assessment

One of the principal objectives of the S4D4C project is to increase the capacities of EU and EU Member State science diplomats and to offer relevant knowledge resources and training opportunities that support their work.

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

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S4D4C’s State-of-the-Art Report on Science Diplomacy

One of the goals of our early project work in S4D4C is to provide the conceptual grounds for our subsequent analyses of science diplomacy cases and governance. As one element of this, DZHW colleagues Charlotte