Evidence-Based Society?! How Researchers Can Contribute to Fostering Democracy
A seminar series diving into the challenge of interdisciplinary research communication
What? Eight interactive seminars and one skills session with fascinating speakers that will make you think about your role as a researcher within our societal challenges today
When? Weekly (mostly) on Tuesdays between 5-7pm GMT/8-10pm EAT/9-11am PST; 16th January – 12th March– we strongly encourage you to attend all sessions if possible
Where? Online – join from wherever you are
Why? Because your research can better our societies. Let’s think research communication further and shape the future of research!
Are you in? Sign up here: https://forms.gle/DsjX2mGQFrFJxziU8
There is a lot to do! Let's get started, fellow Early Career Researchers!
Climate crisis, social contract, sustainable economies, emerging diseases, poverty, ... - we are facing complex challenges that demand new solutions or the translation of existing solutions into practice. They challenge us to leave behind one-dimensional patterns of thinking and practices in science, politics, and society.
As early career researchers, we are the ones who want to shape change and be part of the solutions.
What part of the solution to our complex challenges should and can science be? How can we, as early career researchers, contribute to a solution-oriented discourse in society grounded in diverse and sometimes contradictory evidence to replace a polarising culture war and shift the societal perspective to the numerous opportunities of forward-looking change?
This seminar series will equip early career researchers and other interested individuals with knowledge about scholarly communication at the intersections of science, politics, and society. It will provide you with critical perspectives on the role of scientists in shaping our democracies through a series of distinguished speakers from various disciplines, countries, and organisations.
This series is organised by a group of early career researchers from the Student Network for Open Science (funded and supported by the Berlin University Alliance), the Rhodes Scholars for Science Communication, Policy, and Engagement with Society, and the Master of Public Policy at the University of Oxford. Reach out here if you have ideas or feedback!
Time & Location
Jan 16, 2024 - Mar 12, 2024