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Setting up Knowledge Exchange Experiences in Policy and/or Diplomacy for Researchers: The S4D4C Open Doors Toolkit

The need to create more and more fluent interactive spaces for scientists, diplomats, and other stakeholders to work together in addressing global challenges through science diplomacy has been one of the strongest messages the S4D4C project has


Nominations for the AAAS David and Betty Hamburg Award for Science Diplomacy open

The AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy, an associated partner to the S4D4C project, accepts nominations for the 2022 award from April 15 through June 30, 2021. The AAAS David and Betty Hamburg Award for Science

Stakeholder’s voices #8: A conversation with Katalin Aföldi, COST

For this stakeholder’s voice, we asked Katalin Alföldi, Policy Officer with a portfolio on international cooperation at the COST Association – one of Europe’s longest-running funding instrument supporting scientific networks. The COST president Paolo Ferrao

Feedback to the renewal of the EU’s international cooperation strategy (EU Global Approach)

The European Commission scheduled to renew its international cooperation strategy (Global Approach to Research, Innovation, Education and Youth) to replace the 2012 version. This was mentioned also during our final conference by Commissioner Gabriel and

Wrapping Up: S4D4C Final Networking Meeting a few days later

The figures From 15-19th March, the S4D4C project organized its virtual final networking meeting. The conference aimed at bringing together and strengthening a European and global science diplomacy community. The S4D4C partners decided to make

Founding Members of the EU Science Diplomacy Alliance

Launching of a EU Science Diplomacy Alliance

At the final meeting of S4D4C, the three cluster projects and their partners announced the launch of an EU Science Diplomacy Alliance for Addressing Global Challenges. According to the most recent publication from the S4D4C

S4D4C Final Networking Meeting: Successfully implemented!

Between March 15 and 19, the project celebrated its final conference (the project ends on April 30, 2021). In the next few weeks we will continuously update the documentation of the conference: some details are

S4D4C final meeting: What happened on Friday, 19 March?

On the last day of our conference, we enjoyed our breakfast/coffee (whatever you prefer at 9.15 CET) with Katalin Alföldi, Policy Officer at the COST Association and Peter McGrath, The World Academy of Science. This

S4D4C final meeting: What happened on Thursday, 18 March?

On the fourth day of our #SciDipNet2021 conference, we shared our breakfast with Jan Marco Müller, Science and Technology Advisor at the European External Action Service who presented some of his lessons learnt and discussed

S4D4C final meeting: What happened on Wednesday, 17 March?

Wednesday started again with a block of parallel sessions (not recorded) from 10.30-12.00 (CET) which are organised by our S4D4C partners: 1. “Bringing Universities (back) in Science Diplomacy” was chaired by Pauline Ravinet, supported by