Stakeholder’s voices #4: A conversation with Alexander Sokolov, Moscow Higher School of Economics

For our fourth stakeholder voice, we contacted Alexander Sokolov from the Higher School of Economics in Moscow in May 2020 through email. The Higher School of Economics (HSE) is one of our six associated partners

Researcher’s voices #7 – Meet Maria Josten and Nadia Meyer (DLR) and Lorenzo Melchor, Ana Elorza, and Izaskun Lacunza (FECYT) on the launch of the S4D4C science diplomacy online course

Learning the practice: With the launch of its European Science Diplomacy Online Course the S4D4C project reached a major project milestone After months of preparation, the S4D4C European Science Diplomacy Online Course has been released

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

Online Event: Science and Diplomacy: How can one foster the other?

Two of our S4D4C team members, Lorenzo Melchor and Marga Gual Soler, participated on Monday in a webinar with the title “Science and Diplomacy: How can one foster the other?” which was organised and orchestrated

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

Stakeholder’s voices #3: A conversation with Chagun Basha, DST – Centre for Policy Research at Indian Institute for Science

For our third stakeholder voice, we contacted B. Chagun Basha, who is currently a visiting scholar at the Department of Science and Technology (Government of India)–Centre for Policy Research (DST-CPR) at the Indian Institute for

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

COVID-19 Crisis in Europe: A Failure of Science Diplomacy?

SciTech DiploHub, the Barcelona Science and Technology Diplomacy Hub, has recently started weekly online talks with science diplomacy experts and stakeholders to reflect on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis. Titled “#SciDipTalks”, this series comprises five

Researcher’s voices #6 – Meet Mitchell Young, Charles University Prague, discussing the S4D4C case report and the background of its preparation

On the occasion of the publication of S4D4C’s latest project outcome “Science Diplomacy in the Making: Case-based insights from the S4D4C project”, we talk to Mitchell Young, assistant professor at Charles University in Prague, who