Opening Science to Society – a global challenge

How do we “Open Science to Society?

If “science is a human right”, how do we enable everyone to engage and benefit?  

UNESCO’s upcoming Recommendation on Open Science – an exploration – what is it? what will it do? and can we work with it?

You are invited to join a CPAS “brown bag” presentation on Thursday May 20th from 12 – 1pm (AEST)

This will be a hybrid session and if you would like to attend in person, you will be very welcome, but please contact Libby Hepburn as places are limited due to Covid.

The meeting will be held in the Green Room, Peter Baume Building, 42A Linnaeus Way, Australian National University, ACTON 2601, Canberra. 

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One thought on “Opening Science to Society – a global challenge

  • Dion Dior

    I’m sorry I missed this event. I have some great ideas for connecting science and the general population through nature field journaling and visual data collection.

    The nature journal movement is a worldwide phenomenon right now, it opens natural science up to a broader population who are looking for more purpose and deeper connections with nature.

    Keeping and maintaining an illustrated nature journal is a skill that is open to anyone and everyone. People need guidance, direction, and a conduit to the science through a skilled nature journal instructor. I am that person and I have a host of ideas and programs that could be combined with citizen science field projects to attract and engage more people that ever before.

    I am happy to discuss further if you are interested. (0426-149-166, diondior4@gmail.com, @_dion.dior_ , or FB: Dion Dior.

    Best regards, Dion Dior.

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