InSPIRES Spring School, Tunisia: Stimulating the Science Shop system on the African continent as well as in the French-speaking countries around the world.
Copyright: Hichem ben Hassine. Children in Tunisia
Ana Ferreira Cirigliano – San José, Uruguay, February 2015: Nacho, five years old, after his first day in elementary school. His father is an alcoholic and his mother suffers from depression. Nacho has learned not to ask for help.
IrsiCixa: Young people discuss their health needs in a meeting organized in Barcelona by the Living Lab for Health at IrsiCaixa, InSPIRES partner.
Ana Ferreira Cirigliano – Valle de Lunajero, Rivera, Uruguay, February 2015: Eva is part of the Flor de Lana collective, a group of women entrepreneurs working in wool, from shearing to weaving.
Sharing experiences, knowledge and values for a responsible research between science and society in Tunis. As part of Exploralis' Science Shop project, members from the Institut Pasteur de Tunis and Water Research & Tech. Center collected water samples from Ouad Medjerda to analyze level of pollution.
Ana Ferreira Cirigliano – Huacareta, Chuquisaca, Bolivia, May 2016: The community meeting has been extended until the evening. An assistant tries to find out about the topics that are discussed inside the enlightened room.
Punata (Bolivia). Giving back to the community a summary of the results of Science Shop studies in Chagas disease.
Ana Ferreira Cirigliano – Huacareta, Chuquisaca, Bolivia, May 2016: Meeting in which representatives of various communities discuss health issues.
Poster of the InSPIRES Spring School in Tunisia: “Science shops: Strengthening the Links Between Research and Society”, organized by the Institut Pasteur de Tunis and the Direction of Culture, Science and Society of the University of Lyon
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