Workshops and activities are highlighted in orange and red, and talks are marked in blue.

Through this five-day program, participants will learn:

  1. Why is Open Science (OS) a prerequisite for scientists approaching policymakers and the general public?
  2. How do scientists whose research tackles topics of public interest consider policymaking, identify the challenges, and how do they overcome them?
  3. How do different stakeholders, such as scientific advisors, journalists and policymakers working for (non)-governmental associations, experience science impacting public decisions?
  4. Which formats to communicate science to non-scientific audiences are available, and how can everyone effectively communicate scientific findings to relevant parties?
  5. How do public engagement and regulatory frameworks empower scientific findings?