Category: Publications

Teaching Science Diplomacy: New toolkit for trainers available now

Are you setting up a training exercise on science diplomacy? Looking for inspiration and guidance? As the demand for capacity-building at the science diplomacy interface grows around the world, this new toolkit for trainers helps

Romancing science for global solutions

One of S4D4C’s mission is to increase the conceptual understanding of science diplomacy addressing global challenges. This also includes a critical review of how the concept is currently used to better understand and use it.

Critical perspective on Science Diplomacy in The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

S4D4C team member Tim Flink published an article entitled “The sensationalist Discourse of Science Diplomacy: A critical reflection”. This piece is part of the series of special articles that S4D4C researchers have contributed to The

“The ‘Matters’ of Science Diplomacy: Transversal Analysis of the S4D4C Case Studies”

What matters in science diplomacy? That is the question that our new publication “The ‘Matters’ of Science Diplomacy: Transversal Analysis of the S4D4C Case Studies” aims to answer. To do so, the transversal analysis critically

Elucidating what a science diplomat is

S4D4C welcomes the recent publication in Open Access of the article entitled “What Is a Science Diplomat?” and written by our S4D4C partner Lorenzo Melchor. This piece is part of the series of special articles

Building a Science Diplomacy Curriculum

Our colleague Marga Gual Soler (TWAS) co-authored an article with Jean-Christophe Mauduit, Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy, University College London, London, United Kingdom in “Frontiers in Education” titled “Building a Science Diplomacy

S4D4C contributions to The Hague Journal of Diplomacy Forum on Science Diplomacy in open access

Several S4D4C researchers have contributed to the Forum on Science Diplomacy which is available in The Hague Journal of Diplomacy put together by Pierre-Bruno Ruffini from the Faculty of International Affairs, University of Le Havre-Normandie,

Policy Brief: Building Better Science Diplomacy for Global Challenges: insights from the COVID-19 crisis

In this new policy brief, Mitchell Young and a team of contributors from S4D4C elaborate on what we can learn from the COVID-19 crisis to build a stronger science diplomacy interface for better handling global

Calling for a systemic change: Towards a EU science diplomacy for addressing global challenges

We have witnessed how COVID-19 has brought to the limit health, social, economic, and labour systems and provoked huge turbulences in multilateral relations. In parallel, science and its ability to inform policies for better response

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