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Since the last time we interacted especially with the lead academies, there have been a number of developments in supporting academies of sciences in Africa. Read more about Expectations on the Academy Development Initiative Webinar on Role of Academies of Sciences in Africa UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi Language English Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) In March 2021, the UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies teamed up to support the launch of the Congolese Academy of Science.   (...) Read more about UN Technology Bank and NASAC teamed up to support the launch of the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology UN Technology Bank and Network of African Science Academies launch the Angola Academy of Science to strengthen the capacity of science academies in African LDCs Language English Gebze – The UN Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countrie s and The Network of African Science Academies partnered to strengthen and establish academies of sciences in African Least Developed Countries.
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Score: 482649.95 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/tags/nasac
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Since the last time we interacted especially with the lead academies, there have been a number of developments in supporting academies of sciences in Africa. Read more about Expectations on the Academy Development Initiative Webinar on Role of Academies of Sciences in Africa UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi Language English Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. (...) In March 2021, the UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies teamed up to support the launch of the Congolese Academy of Science.   (...) Read more about UN Technology Bank and NASAC teamed up to support the launch of the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology UN Technology Bank and Network of African Science Academies launch the Angola Academy of Science to strengthen the capacity of science academies in African LDCs Language English Gebze – The UN Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countrie s and The Network of African Science Academies partnered to strengthen and establish academies of sciences in African Least Developed Countries.
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Score: 482649.95 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/taxonomy/term/46
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1 | P a g e Recommendation on Open Science M TZ O W K M TZ O W K M TZ O W K 2 | P a g e 1. Ministry of Education & Higher Education: - Higher Education Sector remarks on the initiative: it’s great that the UNESCO is taking the initiative to have an open access science platform to promote global science and enhance collaboration between scientists. (...) Establishing an international fund for open science and collaboration tp promote science on a global scale. 6.
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Score: 482595.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...sr_state-of-qatar_document.pdf
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Resolutions of the 40th session of the General Conference SC Commission ANNEX II Draft terms of reference of the Open Science Advisory Committee 1. Background Recognizing the potential of open science to democratize science and close the gaps in science technology and innovation, the Executive Board recommended that the General Conference invite the Director-General to initiate the process of elaborating a draft text of a new standard-setting instrument on open science in the form of a recommendation, to be submitted for consideration by the General Conference at its 41st session (206 EX/Decision 9 and 207 EX/Decision 7). (...) As noted in the above-mentioned consolidated roadmap, the organization of the process leading to the possible adoption of a UNESCO recommendation on open science in 2021 will be led by UNESCO Member States and: • facilitated by an internal multisectoral UNESCO open science team led by the Natural Sciences Sector; • supported by a broad open science partnership; • guided by an Open Science Advisory Committee. The current document provides the draft terms of reference of the Open Science Advisory Committee. 2. Role of the Open Science Advisory Committee The Open Science Advisory Committee will be established by the Director-General of UNESCO to provide guidance and advice on the overall implementation of the consolidated roadmap for the UNESCO recommendation on open science, as contained in the annex to Executive Board document 207 EX/7.
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Score: 482513.96 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ience_advisory_commitee-en.pdf
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2nd meeting of the UNESCO Open Science Advisory Committee 1 Towards a UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science 2nd meeting of the UNESCO Open Science Advisory Committee 8 September 2020 Background and Objectives In line with the decision taken by the UNESCO General Conference in November 2019, the UNESCO Open Science Advisory Committee on Open Science was established by the Director- General to provide guidance on the overall implementation of the consolidated Roadmap towards the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) Promoting a common understanding of Open Science and diverse paths to Open Science ii. Developing an enabling policy environment for Open Science iii. Investing in Open Science infrastructures iv. Investing in capacity building for Open Science v.
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Score: 482481.64 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de..._advisory_committee_report.pdf
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Promoting a common understanding of Open Science and diverse paths to Open Science ii. Developing an enabling policy environment for Open Science iii. Investing in Open Science infrastructures iv. Investing in capacity building for Open Science v. (...) IV) Investing in capacity building for Open Science 21. Open Science requires investment in capacity building and human capital.
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Score: 482458.9 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...omments_osr_egypt_document.pdf
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Keynote Kazuhiko Takeuchi, United Nations University Case studies: A brief history of the evolution of the sustainability science approach Joanne Kauffmann, Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science, University of Tokyo Evolution of the debate on sustainability science in the German science community Lutz Möller, German National Commission for UNESCO Panel 2: Towards a social policy for sustainability How should social sciences evolve in order to achieve long-lasting effects and structural change? (...) What kind of impact does the anti-science sentiment create in this regard? Keynote Luiz Oosterbeek, International Council of Philosophy and Human Sciences Panel 4: Urbanization and sustainability science Keynote Inguelore Scheunemann, Science and Society, CYTED Programme Keynote Eduardo Brondizio, Indiana University Selected case studies focusing on Small Islands Developing States Pedro Manuel Monreal Gonzalez, UNESCO Wrap up of day 1 John Crowley, UNESCO Panel 5: Sustainability science involvement in different sectors In which public policy fields is sustainability science fundamental? (...) Ms Kuni Sato , Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Delegate of Japan to UNESCO Introduction to the UNESCO-Japan/MEXT Project on “Broadening the Application of the Sustainability Science Approach” and presentation of the symposium Dendev Badarch, UNESCO Panel 1: Key Principles of Sustainability Science Outcomes of discussion on key principles of sustainability science Luiz Oosterbeek, International Council of Philosophy and Human Sciences (via registered video) Role of sustainability science in promoting collaboration across disciplines and engagement with stakeholders for implementing the SDGs Eduardo Brondizio, Future Earth and Indiana University Panel 2: Strategic Funding for Sustainability Science in Research and Education Outcomes of discussion on strategic funding for sustainability science in research and education Lutz Möller, German National Commission for UNESCO Role of fundraising strategies of sustainability science for implementing the SDGs Joanne Kauffmann, Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science, University of Tokyo Panel 3: Mainstreaming Sustainability Science in Higher Education Outcomes of discussion on higher education in sustainability science Maik Adomssent, Leuphana University Lüneburg Role of higher education in sustainability science for implementing the SDGs Julia Heiss, UNESCO How to promote North-South cooperation on higher education in sustainability science Mohamed Saber, National Research Center of Egypt Wrap up of day 1 Irakli Khodeli, UNESCO Panel 4: Mainstreaming Sustainability Science in Research Outcomes of discussion on research in sustainability science Mathieu Denis, International Social Science Council Role of research in sustainability science for implementing the SDGs Kazuhiko Takeuchi, United Nations University How to promote North-South cooperation on research in sustainability science Jan Monteverde Haakonsen, Research Council of Norway Wrap up of day 2 Pedro Manuel Monreal Gonzalez, UNESCO Closing session Address by Mr Romain Murenzi , Director, Division of Science Policy and Capacity-Building, Natural Sciences Sector, UNESCO Address by Mr Yosuke Kobayashi , Director for International Strategic Planning, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Japan/MEXT)   Rationale and purpose Policy guidelines on research and education Symposia & Reports Contact us UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment   WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Access to Information Policy Privacy Policy UNESCO Name & Logo FAQ Environmental and Social Policies Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Transparency Portal Scam alert Report fraud, abuse, misconduct © UNESCO 2021
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Score: 482419.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sustainability-science/symposia
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Academies of Sciences | Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН Toggle navigation Язык: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Search form Поиск Toggle navigation Первая страница Academies of Sciences Academies of Sciences UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi 19 May 2021 Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. The partnership has supported the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi , an independent organization intended to promote science and engineering and strengthen their influence in Malawi. (...) UN Technology Bank and NASAC teamed up to support the launch of the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology 15 March 2021 Maseru/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies teamed up to support the launch of  the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology (LAST) , which will play a critical role in advising on science, technology and innovation (STI) policy development and implementation to address socio-economic challenges and promote development in Lesotho.
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Score: 482151.7 - https://www.un.org/technologyb.../categories/academies-sciences
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Academies of Sciences | Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН Toggle navigation Язык: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Search form Поиск Toggle navigation Первая страница Academies of Sciences Academies of Sciences UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi 19 May 2021 Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. The partnership has supported the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi , an independent organization intended to promote science and engineering and strengthen their influence in Malawi. (...) UN Technology Bank and NASAC teamed up to support the launch of the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology 15 March 2021 Maseru/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies teamed up to support the launch of  the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology (LAST) , which will play a critical role in advising on science, technology and innovation (STI) policy development and implementation to address socio-economic challenges and promote development in Lesotho.
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Score: 482151.7 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/ru/taxonomy/term/321
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Online Expert Meeting on Open Science and Intellectual Property Rights 1 | P a g e Towards a UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science Online Expert Meeting on Open Science and Intellectual Property Rights 23 April 2021 Background and Objectives This online meeting is part of a series of actions to build a global consensus on Open Science and develop the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) Ms Peggy Oti-Boateng, Director, Division of Science Policy and Capacity Building, Natural Sciences Sector, UNESCO, provided an overview of the process towards the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) Many participants highlighted the misconceived perspective of the role of IPRs within the Open Science movement and the need for aligning Open Science and IP policies.
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Score: 482054.35 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...xpert_meeting_ipr_os_23apr.pdf
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