Warsaw Science Diplomacy School 2021

Warsaw Science Diplomacy School 2021

Start

21/06/2021

End

25/06/2021

Address

Warsaw, Poland   View map

Warsaw Science Diplomacy School 2021

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InsSciDE – Inventing a shared Science Diplomacy for Europe – presents an innovative training program for the present and future science diplomats of Europe. The Warsaw Science Diplomacy School, co-organized by our partner the European Academy of Diplomacy, is a one-week intensive course with competitive enrolment. It will immerse trainees in historical case studies of science diplomacy and its practitioners, to develop policy and strategic outcomes.

Read about the successful first edition of the WSDS, held online in June 2020!

Drawing on historical analyses of science diplomacy and its practitioners throughout Europe, we deliver training in the skills revealed by our case studies – and immediately employ them towards today’s global challenges.

The week will include interactive workshops and scenarios by InsSciDE experts.
The general elements of the training include:

  • Future scenarios

  • Historical case studies

  • Science diplomacy strategy

  • Impactful policy planning

In true spirit of the project and with a ‘flipped learning’ approach, trainees will join experts from diverse disciplines in transforming lessons learned from historical case studies of science diplomacy into strategies and skills applicable to the global challenges of today. Activities will focus on developing policies in a global context, creating strategies for directing and facilitating interdisciplinary action.

The training program is suitable for professionals or students (master’s, PhD, post-doc) with a dedicated interest in developing their science diplomacy skills and knowledge, and an enthusiasm for contributing to the emerging network of science diplomats. We aim to foster a diverse and interdisciplinary cohort of trainees and we welcome applicants of various professional and academic backgrounds, with varying degrees of science diplomacy knowledge and from across the world.

Interested candidates should note that the week-long course will require a preparatory study of certain project material, and active participation in analytical exercises and interactive workshops during our project.

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Website

http://www.insscide.eu/

Email

contact@insscide.eu

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 770523.

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