INGSA provides the forum for policy makers, practitioners, national academies, scientific societies, and researchers to share experience, build capacities, and develop theoretical and practical approaches to the use of scientific evidence in informing policy at all levels of government.
Seminar in Science Advice to the Parliament “Bringing Science to Political and Legislative Decisions”30th September 2021 Adriana Castaño Hernández Biologist. M.Sc. Colombia. Latin America and Caribbean Chapter at the International Network for Government Science Advice The Latin America and Caribbean Chapter of INGSA, the Colombian Academy of Physical, ...READ MORE
- 27th September 2021 Dr Ir Siti Hamisah Tapsir Southeast Asia Science Advice Network (SEA SAN) International Network for Government Science Advice The INGSA Southeast Asia Science Advice Network (SEA SAN) is pleased to share ...READ MORE
SEA SAN Launches YouTube Channel and Releases Report on ‘Rebuilding Public Trust in Science’ WebinarThe INGSA Southeast Asia Science Advice Network (SEA SAN) Division has just released a YouTube Channel to aggregate the public webinars and workshops that they host on science advice in ...READ MORE
Statement from the International Science Council delegation to the UNESCO Special Committee meeting on Open Science, 6-12 May 2021Open Science and the UNESCO initiative Scientific inquiry has long been a self-organized enterprise. Governments, funders and universities may all, from time to time, have prescribed priorities for scientific inquiry, but ...READ MORE
- Preparing for the Next Pandemic The Foreign Ministries Science and Technology Advice Network (FMSTAN) is an independent peer network of science advisors within Foreign Ministries. FMSTAN has been influential in international discussions ...READ MORE
- 26th April 2021 Sir Peter Gluckman International Science Council 2nd Global Forum of Funders The 2nd Global Forum of Funders, organised by the International Science Council, brings together leaders from national research funding agencies, foundations ...READ MORE
- The collective global experience of the Covid-19 pandemic has provided an unprecedented opportunity to examine the relationship between science, policy and wider society in what is often called the science-policy-society ...READ MORE
The global COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical value for effective and integrated science advice mechanisms into all levels of government, particularly in emergencies. Managing the acute response and the recovery will continue to require a range of evidence from the natural sciences, social sciences and the humanities.
To assist, INGSA has created a dedicated hub of information related to the science advice and diplomacy issues raised by the pandemic. We are currently looking for contributors from all over the world to provide thinkpieces, resources and events to assist.
The outcomes of this exercise will not only help to inform the global response to the virus, but will also inform INGSA’s existing stream of enquiry into the role of science advice in emergencies.