Members of the Horizon 2020-funded Science Diplomacy Projects form European Union Science Diplomacy Alliance
Following the success of the three research and innovation projects on science diplomacy funded under the Horizon 2020 program, 16 participating institutions have launched the European Union Science Diplomacy Alliance. The Alliance is a collaborative initiative to sustain and grow the activities, networks, impact and legacy of the three projects: EL-CSID – European Leadership in […]
The Warsaw Science Diplomacy School 2021 is a one-week intensive program co-organized by the Inventing a shared Science Diplomacy for Europe (InsSciDE) and the European Academy of Diplomacy. The program aims at exploring the complex interface between science and diplomacy while combining historical case studies with insights into strategy building and power politics. Besides case studies, the […]
On Monday, June 22nd, we officially launched the first edition of the Warsaw Science Diplomacy School. This unique science diplomacy training program is an EU Horizon2020 project and EAD collaborated with InsSciDE, as well as several other partners to create it. The first edition is held online, via videoconferencing platforms. 28 carefully selected participants representing […]
At the Second Open Conference, InsSciDE will shine a spotlight on the role of the humanities, and in particular history, in the project, looking also at ethical issues as they pertain to science diplomacy.
The University of Vienna (Department of Political Science) will cohost a seminar with Prof. Stefan Elbe (University of Sussex, Centre for Global Health Policy) on September 26 2019.
Three members of the InsSciDE consortium held a round table discussion at a conference on the History of Science and Technology in Kiruna, Sweden, 27-29 March 2019.