Workshop Topic: Introduction to Science Diplomacy
Location: Panama City, Panama
The inaugural Introduction to Science Diplomacy training workshop is organised by the Science Diplomacy Center (SDC) and sponsored by the National Secretariat of Science, Technology, and Innovation (SENACYT), Panama. The program, including its associated training workshops, aims to enable government officials, science advisors, and experts in the Americas, particularly Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region, to support national and multilateral science-policy processes. Likewise, it aims to foster dialogue and collaborations that can effectively address shared global challenges faced by the Americas.
The main topic of the workshop will be an Introduction to Science Diplomacy, including:
Venue: Coiba National Park, Playa el Tigrón, grounds of the Coiba-AIP Scientific Station and Hotel Decápolis Panamá, Gran Krypton Room
Climate: The average temperature will be 31°C
Equipment: All participants are required to have a laptop/computer and earphones to connect on Zoom for translation services.
All participants traveling with COPA Airlines should depart from Terminal 2 of Tocumen International Airport. That is where the contact person from the shuttle will pick up all participants and speakers.
Contact person: Aldo Montenegro
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell phone: +507 6673-3518
"New Frontiers in Science Diplomacy," The Royal Society and AAAS (January 2010): https://www.aaas.org/sites/default/files/New_Frontiers.pdf
Colglazier, E. William and Montgomery, Kim. "Opportunities and Challenges for Science Diplomacy, Science & Diplomacy (October 2022): https://www.sciencediplomacy.org/editorial/2022/opportunities-and-challenges-for-science-diplomacy
Episode 2 (Podcast). Diplomacia cienífica para América Latina:
Episode 17 (Podcast). Diplomacia cienífica, perspectivas universitarias: