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Our penultimate newsletter brings together articles from a summer of internships and a study tour on the Native American Flathead Reservation in Montana.

Read it here.

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Today marks 25 years since the UN General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

To celebrate this, SiS Catalyst have released a special edition of our newsletter, which looks in depth at the recommendations from our strategic paper 'Children as Societal Actors for a Sustainable Future'. The seven recommendations form a call to action for key players to take into account children's rights, opinions, and potential within their sphere of influence.


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Our latest newsletter has been published and can be found here.

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Our fourth and final declaration on social mobility through Science in Society has now been published and can be endorsed by both individuals and institutions.

Click here to view the declaration

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Videos from the What We Recommend series of workshops have now been published on YouTube.

What We Recommend; Voices and Opinions of young people was a series of workshops which gave young people an opportunity to reflect on education and access to knowledge.

19 groups of 10-16 year olds had the chance to question various aspects of education. They developed recommendations, on a global and local scale, on how to improve access to knowledge and education according to their expectations and desires.

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Our latest newsletter has been published, and can be found online here.

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As we enter the last few months of SiS Catalyst, we're working hard to ensure that what we have learnt is reflected in the tools and publications we create. Alongside official reports we want to make a set of resources that will be useful long after the end of our European funding.

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The European Commission have launched an open public consultation on the potential priorities for the Horizon 2020 'Science with and for Society' work programme of Horizon 2020 covering the period 2016-2017.

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We're very excited to have been featured in Horizon - the EU research and innovation magazine. You can access the article by clicking here.

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The latest issue of the newsletter is now available to read here.

 

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