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In our May WebDebate, we discussed science diplomacy, focusing on the question of preparing the future generation of diplomats

Aimed at mid-career scientists, technology experts and diplomats, as well as graduate students from related disciplines (i.e.

The practice of diplomacy is changing. Unlike some years ago, it now involves new actors and subjects. These changes have necessarily created new ways of interactions.

The event aims to discuss a recent joint study and report on how diplomatic outposts can utilise science and technology representatives to conduct activities in Washington DC and in global innovati

The event will take place at swissnex Boston on 25 June and will offer exclusive insight into how countries can activate their presence in Boston’s unique ecosystem to harness the benefits of this

Dr Tereza Horejsova (Project Development Director, DiploFoundation) will be speaking at two side-events: Ethical Code: Designing and Governing Inclusive AI on 14 May and Br

A helpful approach to make sense of science diplomacy (AAAS and Royal Society, 2010) is the distinction between:

In our September WebDebate, we looked at space diplomacy.


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