SSH webinar: How to facilitate science-policy engagements

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Organised by the SSH Network.

We invite you to an engaging discussion about 1, 2, 3.. Action: How to facilitate science-policy engagements that work and last?

9. April 2024, 14:00-15:00 CEST

Speaker: Professor Kuang-Chung Lee from National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan. He is based at the Landscape Conservation and Community Participation Lab, where he researches stakeholder participation, landscape conversation, and the management of natural protected areas.

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The SSH Network webinar series

This event is part of the SSH Network webinar series. See the SSH Network's page for more information, including further events. If you would like to explore the series, we also offer a full list of recordings from earlier events.


Poster of the SSH Network webinar series. It currently includes the following events: Facilitating science-policy engagements that work and last, 9 April 2024. The Politics of Transformation at the Climate-Biodiversity Frontier, 23 May 2024. IPBES - an expert organization or a transformative agent, 12 June 2024. See the ONet events page for details and updates.


About the Social Sciences and Humanities Network

The SSH Network is dedicated to contributions from the social sciences and humanities to the work of IPBES. It seeks to engage more experts and knowledge from these fields in IPBES's work.

The SSH Network is an ONet subgroup and member organisation.

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