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4th meeting of the UNESCO Open Science Advisory Committee Towards a UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science 4th meeting of the UNESCO Open Science Advisory Committee 1 February 2021 Background and Objectives In line with the Resolution 40 C/Resolution 24 of the UNESCO General Conference and to guide the consultative process towards developing the UNESCO Open Science Recommendation, an international Advisory Committee on Open Science was established by the Director-General of UNESCO in June 2020. (...) Science Policy and Partnership, UNESCO, presented an overview of the comments received on the first draft of the UNESCO Open Science Recommendation. (...) Jonathan BAKER (Regional Science Advisor - Head of Science Unit FU/VNI) 47.
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Score: 547837.65 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de..._advisory_committee_report.pdf
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Introduction Science plays an important role on building an inclusive and creative society. (...) In Namibia there is a strong demand for science outreach. Exposing young children to science in different ways and showing them the importance of inclusive science will contribute towards responsible science in the future. (...) The objectives of the Science Week are to: • Promote science in an educational and entertaining manner. • Strengthen public awareness on the role of science for sustainable societies. • Promote and foster awareness of inclusivity and wellbeing in science. • Draw attention to the challenges faced by science and raising support for the scientific endeavour 2.
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Score: 547812.26 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...te_science_week_outreach_s.pdf
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The third section contains a list of city science stakeholders that are involved in city science application. (...) The fourth section contains a list of city science enablers that are involved in city science application. City science enablers are policy tools and levers that a city can use to boost city science.
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Score: 547812.26 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...rk/files/basic-html/page5.html
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., The Contribution of the Science, Technology and Innovation to Sustainable Development: The Application of Sustainability Science from the perspective of UNESCO’s experience, Sustainability Science, July 2014, Vol. 9, no. 3, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11625-014- 0256-6 Aricò S. and Kauffman J., New directions in sustainability science: promoting integration and cooperation, Sustain Sci (2014) 9:413–418, https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s11625- 014-0259-3.pdf Adams W. (...) W., What kind of a science is sustainability science?, PNAS, vol. 108 no. 49, 2011, http://www.pnas.org/content/108/49/19449.full.pdf Kates, R.W., Readings in Sustainability Science and Technology. (...) Sustainability Science (2014) vol. 9:431-438. DOI 10.1007/s11625-014- 0244-x Komiyama K., Takeuchi, K., Sustainability Science: Building a new discipline.
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Score: 547751.17 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...iography_and_resources_rev.pdf
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As of December 2019, UNESCO held a series of online and face to face consultations to support an open debate on Open Science awareness, understanding and policy development to feed into the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) The questions centred around the meaning and definition of Open Science, the practices of Open Science, the institutions and policies dealing with Open Science, as well as the possible negative impacts and barriers to Open Science. (...) Identify areas for international collaboration and networking to advance Open Science globally Key inputs derived from the regional consultation inform the overall UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science.  
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Score: 547727.54 - https://en.unesco.org/science-...ture/open-science/consultation
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Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh 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. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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Score: 547701.03 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/node/964
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UN Secretary-General’s Guidance Note on Behavioural Science Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Secretary-General’s Guidance Note on Behavioural Science Secretary-General’s Guidance Note on Behavioural Science The Secretary-General's Guidance Note on Behavioural Science Read the Guidance Note Take action Download in languages: العربية 中文 Français Русский Español The Secretary-General's Guidance Note on Behavioural Science Read the Guidance Note Take action Download in languages: العربية 中文 Français Русский Español Introduction In many areas, the delivery of the UN’s mandates is linked to changing human behaviour. (...) The United Nations Behavioural Science Report Download the report   Explore how 25 UN Entities are applying behavioural science in the UN Behavioural Science Report. (...) Strengthening UN behavioural science capacity The UN should invest in dedicated technical behavioural science expertise to explore and run behavioural science projects.
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Score: 547570.85 - https://www.un.org/en/content/behaviouralscience/
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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. (...) Promoting international cooperation on Open Science II. DEFINITION OF OPEN SCIENCE 7. As per the 2017 UNESCO Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers, the term ‘Science’ signifies the enterprise whereby humankind, acting individually or in small Commented [WU1]: What about inputs?
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Score: 547555.86 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...nts_osr_lithuania_document.pdf
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Although operating with significant autonomy, the programmes of this institute are an integral part of the UNESCO Natural Sciences Sector programme.  ICTP hosts The World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries (TWAS) , a UNESCO programme that works to support sustainable prosperity through research, education, policy and diplomacy. (...) Science statistics are used in particular to compile the UNESCO Science Report (...) These centres and institutes form a vast network of associated centres in the fields of water, renewable energy, science policy, biotechnology, geosciences, the basic sciences and remote sensing.
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Score: 547413.3 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/s...-sustainable-future/sc-centres
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Copyright:  UN Women/Gaganjit Singh 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. (...) The Ministry of Education's Directorate of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI), and the National Commission of Science and Technology will also support the Academy towards meeting the strategic and development goals under the theme “Science Driving Malawi Towards 2063 Agenda.”
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Score: 547389.55 - https://www.un.org/technologyb...launch-academy-sciences-malawi
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