Because of the scientific dimension of the current global challenges, Science Diplomacy is now more important than ever. Science Diplomacy can be broadly defined in three different dimensions : Science in Diplomacy – scientific knowledge and evidence is used to inform and support foreign policy processes-, Diplomacy for Science – diplomatic skills are used to facilitate international scientific and technical cooperation and progress-, and Science for Diplomacy – scientific cooperation is used to advance diplomatic objectives.
Interested about a career in Science Diplomacy? Or just curious to understand what lies at the intersection of these two fields?
Join us and hear about the journey of scientists who chose to unite their expertise with diplomacy to create bridges between nations, communities and societies in order to help address global challenges and sustainable development goals.
- Alessandro Allegra
- Dr Alicia Pérez-Porro
- Dr Lorenzo Melchor
- Dr Melania Guerra
- Dr Jean-Christophe Mauduit
- Dr Marga Gual Soler (PhD)