SCIENCE DIPLOMACY CENTERTM

Building Long-term Capacity to Enable International, Institutional and Individual Collaboration When Science Matters

Building Long-term Capacity to Enable International, Institutional and Individual Collaboration When Science Matters

Northern lights (Aurora borealis) in the sky over Tromso, Norway

SCIENCE DIPLOMACY CENTERTM

Building Long-term Capacity to Enable International, Institutional and Individual Collaboration When Science Matters

Building Long-term Capacity to Enable International, Institutional and Individual Collaboration When Science Matters

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    EDUCATION

    Educate next-generation science diplomats to operate short-to-long term with lifelong learning about informed decisionmaking and common-interest building

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    RESEARCH

    Enhance next-generation science diplomats with inquiry and analytical skills to transform data into evidence for informed decisions

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    LEADERSHIP

    Empower next-generation science diplomats as brokers of dialogues among allies and adversaries alike for sustainable development at local-global levels

VISION

"Our vision is a world where science is a cornerstone of international relations, driving collaboration and mutual understanding among nations and fostering solutions to global challenges. We envision a future where science diplomacy is a central tool in building peace, resolving conflicts, and advancing the well-being of all people on Earth."

MISSION

To enhance understanding and applications of science diplomacy with informed decisionmaking and common-interests building for sustainable development.

Arctic Science Diplomacy: Charting a Path Through Conflict

The Arctic Science Diplomacy: Charting a Path Through Conflict panel was convened at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting in Denver on 15 February 2024.  This session was organized and moderated by Prof. Saleem Ali from the University of Delaware to consider:  How might science diplomacy mitigate the new Cold…
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Navigating Collaborative Futures

Sponsored by Global Affairs Canada, the International Science and Technology Partnership (ISTP) expert panel was convened by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) to answer the question: In a post-COVID world, how can Canadian public, private and academic organizations evaluate and prioritize STI partnership opportunities with foreign countries to achieve key national objectives, using indicators…
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A panel dialogue with next-generation science

Arctic Science Diplomacy – The Next Generation

A panel dialogue with next-generation science diplomats was convened in Reykjavik, Iceland, on 20 October 2023 at the Arctic Circle Assembly 2023 and can be view on the Science Diplomacy Center™ YouTube Channel.  The goal of the ‘Arctic Science Diplomacy – The Next Generation’ session was to inspire next-generation science diplomats, helping to build common…
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