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December 8, 2022 News

ICoRSA team at World Science Forum

Representatives of ICoRSA, Gordon Dalton (Chair) and Rosarii Griffin (Director) are presenting our organisation and projects at the World Science Forum (WSF) in South Africa that is being held 6-9 December 2022. First day of the WSF, ICoRSA with support of National Research Foundation of South-Africa (NRF), South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA), organised a side event “Scientific Freedom and the RRING Community Working with UNESCO on the Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers (RSSR)”. Around 40 participants attended in person and

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December 1, 2022 News

GRRIP final conference

As a partner of the GRRIP project, ICoRSA will attend the project closing event when all project results and outcomes will be presented. Our researchers Lars Lorenz and Eric Jensen will present their work on assessing the RRI status at institutions and how to use surveys to explore RRI attitudes and practices in research organisations from a top-down and bottom-up perspective.

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November 30, 2022 News

CoARA Constitutive Assembly

ICoRSA will participate in the CoARA Constitutive Assembly which will be held on Thursday, 1 December. ICoRSA is one of the early signatories of the agreement and as a member is entitled to vote on the following: Governance Documents, Chair of the Steering Board, Members of the Steering Board, Appointment of the Secretariat, Preliminary Work Plan and Budget. The vision of CoARA is that the assessment of research, researchers and research organisations recognises the diverse outputs, practices and activities that maximise the quality and impact

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November 23, 2022 News

ICoRSA on Open Science Communication Conference – OpenSciComm 2022

ICoRSA’s representative Dragana Mitrovic will participate on the Open Science Communication Conference – OpenSciComm 2022, that will be held on November 24-25, 2022 in Belgrade, Serbia. About the conference In a knowledge-based society, citizens are able to make decisions based on the reliable and relevant information delivered by science. Open Science and Science Communication refers to public communication presenting science-related topics, not only among scientists, but primarily targeting all social strata. The basis is in strengthening understanding of science and increasing scientific literacy as an

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