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Commentary and Discussion on Evidence-to-Policy

Evidence-to-policy processes occur at the intersection between Science, Knowledge Production, and Society. As such, the field is pushed forward not only through academic research, but also discussion, debate, and explanation in public forums such as the media.

Therefore, INGSA collates some of the most pertinent commentaries and articles on science advice and science diplomacy, from INGSA leaders and other practitioners from around the world. We rely on INGSA members to send us updates on information they believe should be listed in the Resource Library – send your submissions to

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Commentaries / Articles – Science Advice & Science Diplomacy

AI tools as science policy advisers? The potential and the pitfalls, , , , , , , , , , , ,
Why Citizen-Driven Policy Making Is No Longer A Fringe Idea, , ,
Comprendre l’essor de la diplomatie scientifique – The Conversation [FRENCH], , , ,
International Science Council Podcast Series, ,
For what purposes is research evidence used in legislatures? What are the enablers and hindrances? – Evidence & Policy Blog UK, ,
Bridging the science-policy gap means gains for everyone – Prof Yongyuth Yuthavong – SEA SAN – University World News, , ,
Commentary: Policy assessments to enhance EU scientific advice – Martin Kowarsch – Nature Climate Change – 2015, , ,
Research Fortnight – Global Science Advice special, Auckland, August 2014 – Commentary,
The Cuban Scientific Advisor’s Office: Providing science advice to the government – 2014, , ,
The role of evidence in policy formation and implementation: Report from NZ Prime Minister’s CSA – 2013, ,

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