Science diplomacy should be a strategy that scientists, governments and communities use to build trust and prepare future crisis.
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An example of how early career scientists from different parts of the world can be better involved in scientific meetings.
Covid-19 threatens to lead to a “lost generation” of researchers, say international scholar networks
The InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) and the Global Young Academy (GYA) lay out recommendations to mitigate the harms of COVID-19 and seize on the opportunities to improve higher education systems around the world.
Many academies are already engaging with the SDGs.
The many ways in which academies can advance SDGs.
Supporting the SDGs: A Guide for Merit-Based Academies – 4/6: How are the SDGs being implemented at the national level?
Implementation at national level depends… on the specific nation. However, a common reporting system has been set up by the United Nations.
Supporting the SDGs: A Guide for Merit-Based Academies – 3/6: How are the SDGs being implemented at the international level?
Several groups, panels and forums are sharing the responsibility to follow the implementation of SDGs in the UN system.
Supporting the SDGs: A Guide for Merit-Based Academies – 2/6: Why should academies support the SDGs?
There are two good reasons for science academies to work on SDGs.
Why a guide about SDGs for science academies?