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The Center for Science Diplomacy, housed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), advocates the use of science and scientific cooperation to promote international understanding and prosperity. It publishes and links to articles and reports about science diplomacy and possible best practices. It hosts related events and conferences to put science diplomacy into action.
The Center on Public Diplomacy, at the University of Southern California, is a research and professional training organisation dedicated to advancing the study and practice of global public diplomacy. It runs several projects, including one examining the role of science in resolving foreign policy challenges. The centre publishes books, reports and commentary articles on public and science diplomacy and organises relevant events.
The Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology is a science diplomacy organisation that aims to improve innovation and enhance education, research and policy through a network of more than 100,000 Fulbright alumni. The organisation provides opportunities for collaboration and networking — from large annual conferences to small select workshops — and hosts collaborative research projects on policy and education.
The Jefferson Science Fellowships, run by the US Department of State, offers tenured academic scientists and engineers within the United States the opportunity of spending one year at the US Department of State or the United States Agency for International Development to help in science diplomacy. Jefferson Science Fellows often use this opportunity to broaden their influence and involvement in foreign relations and development efforts.
This web portal publishes information and documents about emerging perspectives on human rights and development. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) works to create links between human rights experts, policymakers, and development planners. It directs these efforts towards bringing rights-based development paradigms to contribute to poverty prevention, conflict eradication, and improved aid. The website provides a link to key human rights and development documents.
Public Understanding of Science is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the interface between science, medicine and technology, and the public. Topics such as science in the mass media, popular perceptions of science, public engagement in science, social issues around emerging technologies, science in developing countries and science policy are featured regularly. The journal publishes original research papers, perspectives that explore key and new ideas, book reviews and research bibliographies.
The Pugwash conferences have a history of active science diplomacy — bringing together scientists and public figures, as individuals rather than government or organisation representatives, to discuss and find cooperative solutions to arms control.
The Pugwash website provides information on upcoming events around the world and links to news, reports and commentary about nuclear weapons control and reduction of armed conflict. The conferences are held annually but the organisation also holds more frequent workshops and symposia on timely topics.
The Science Diplomacy Monitor, an initiative of the US-based Center on Public Diplomacy links to news, commentary and videos about science diplomacy from around the world that are published in mainstream media and on academic websites.
The Royal Society's Science Policy Centre promotes the role that science and innovation can play in boosting economic development and environmental sustainability. It publishes statements, reports, briefings and blogs about key topics such as science diplomacy, and hosts seminars and meetings on emerging policy issues. The centre also provides advice to UK ministers and decision-makers, and participates in national, regional and international networks.
This not-for-profit science diplomacy organisation promotes international scientific and technical collaboration through grants, technical resources and training within key fields including science education and non-proliferation. The foundation's website features news and announcements about its work and provides details of funding opportunities and relevant events.