News & Dissemination

CEADES Foundation develops the third scientific coffee: perception of health care in people with HIV

This activity has brought together, in a relaxed environment conducive to dialogue, 42 participants coming from several social groups: people living with HIV, NGO working for HIV, professionals from Public Health Services, Public Health authorities, and medical students. A lot of ideas, perceptions, sometimes contradictory, have been shared, among others related to quality of care, […]

Science Shop InSPIRES Spring School in Tunisia. Call for applications!

inSPIRES Spring School “Science shops: Strengthening the Links Between Research and Society” 22-23 April 2019 – Institut Pasteur de Tunis, Tunisia The Institut Pasteur de Tunis and the Direction of Culture, Science and Society of the University of Lyon as partners of the consortium of the H2020 InSPIRES project, are organizing a spring school around […]

InSPIRES launches 32 Science Shop projects in its first year

A plan to combat isolation and anonymity in cities is being evaluate by a Boutique des Sciences (Science Shop) project in Lyon. Master Students Célia Gapail (Social Anthropology) and Anjelo Maindelson (Urban Environment), guided by Beatrice Maurines (Université de Lyon), are assessing the impacts of the two-year experience of “Les Petites Cantines”, alternative spaces where […]

28 September – Join the InSPIRES webinar: Policy Work of Science Shops

The InSPIRES EU project is delighted to welcome you to join the Webinar on Policy work of Science Shops on the 28th of September at 14h (CEST time). One of the main challenges that Science Shops may face is to ensure its sustainability over the long term. A key strategy to achieve it can be making sure that […]

Science together: A workshop with young Tunisian researchers

In the frame of the 2nd Young Researchers Colloquium at Institut Pasteur de Tunis (IPT), the H2020 InSPIRES project organized a workshop entitled “Science with and for society“. Twenty IPT students and postdocs participated in this workshop, as well as two civil society representatives from Jamaity (Tunisian CSO’s platform). The objectives of this workshop were: […]

Science Café on Animal-Assisted Therapy in Hungary

Our Science Café series on nature-inspired therapeutic approaches is on the move: in February the second event took place where we focused on a special type of animal-assisted therapy. Here you can find more information about the previous Science Café and our new research agenda-setting process.  Nearly 40 people joined us for a discussion about […]

June 14, 2018

Janka Horváth and the ESSRG team

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