This module shows how the European Union (EU) carries out the practice of science diplomacy and the bi-directional impact in/from Member states’ science diplomacy strategies. The objective here is not to present a mere chronological collection of facts but to understand the setting and the importance of the major developments of the EU in the field.
Throughout this module, we will give you answers to the following questions:
Also, we will provide:
We have invited a group of experts to give us some preliminary insights about the question “Why is science diplomacy so high in the European agenda?” Their explanations will be useful to establish the foundations on which we will build up your knowledge.
Research Fellow, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique(CNRS), and Deputy Coordinator for the H2020-funded consortium “Inventing a shared science diplomacy for Europe (InsSciDe)“
Why is science diplomacy so high on the European agenda?
Senior Researcher and Project Manager, Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) and Project Coordinator for the H2020-funded consortium “Using science for/in diplomacy for addressing global challenges (S4D4C)”
Why is science diplomacy so high in the European agenda?
These questions are posed for you to reflect individually about the main messages put by our experts in science diplomacy. Please, take some time to think about them.
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