A workshop to introduce scientists to communication.
The workshop “Challenges and Realities of Science Communication in Latin America and the Caribbean”, organized by the Academia Joven Argentina (AJA), is supported by the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS-LACREP), the TWAS Young Affiliates Network (TYAN) and the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (ABC).
The event will be held in Spanish and totally free of charge on September 3, 10, 17 and 24, always on Fridays, and it will be specially oriented to young scientists of the region.
Presentations by experts
The workshop will have four modules, in which several subjects related to the theme will be approached, based on presentations by experts in the area of science, communication, and technology. At the end of each module, there will also be activities aimed at consolidating the central ideas of each topic and reflecting on their practical application in each specific work space.
These activities have limited vacancies and the deadline for registration is August 23rd. To register and check the requirements to participate, you can access the link.
The program includes 14 speakers from Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba and Mexico, as well as representatives from UNESCO and expert moderators in each area. The first module will take place on Friday, September 3, at 8 PM UTC and will continue every Friday of the month, at the same time.
What science communication is (and what we would like it to be): challenges, obstacles and realities
Right to Science: Why it is important to communicate science in Latin America and the Caribbean
BC-AD (before COVID19 and after COVID19). Experiences, learning and re-significations of science in the pandemic
Science with a feminine gaze. Knowledge with a gender perspective
This post has first been published by the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.