Comprendre l’essor de la diplomatie scientifique – The Conversation [FRENCH]

La complexité croissante des défis environnementaux (dérèglement climatique, transition écologique), sanitaires (pandémie inédite) et des changements sociétaux induits par l’évolution de technologies disruptives (intelligence artificielle, réalité augmentée) implique toujours plus la sphère scientifique dans la gouvernance internationale, en fournissant de l’expertise basée sur des preuves scientifiques pour instruire les décisions de politiques publiques. Lire l’intégralité de…

Science Diplomacy and Future Worlds – Colglazier 2018

Over the past decade, the use of scientific expertise to advance diplomacy has achieved a number of successes in furthering peace, security, and prosperity. Yet there have also been reversals in important areas that until recently had seen progress. Reviewing developments in arms control, poverty reduction, global health, science and innovation policy, climate change, sustainable…

Science, Policy & Diplomacy – Can We Accelerate Progress on the SDGs? ASSAF, 2018

The following address was given by Sir Peter Gluckman in August 2018 to the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAF) in Pretoria. The 2030 agenda is encapsulated within the 17 SDGs and their 169 targets. This agenda has been criticized as being too broad to be meaningful and too aspirational rather than having the…

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