The Living Knowledge Network2012 BSA ScienceCommunication Conference                                            Norbert St...
‘Everyone hasthe right freelyto participate inthe cultural life ofthe community,to enjoy the artsand to share thescientifi...
Science Shops offer free or  low cost access to scientific or  technical knowledge and its  critical use by citizens and  ...
Science Shops - Science & Society Interfaces               Research                                              Result   ...
Benefit and Success of Science ShopsSociety• Access for society groups to research• Visibility of science for society• Par...
From the 70’s to 2011 70’s      Netherlands, USA 80’s      Australia, Denmark, England, Northern Ireland,           German...
International Science Shop Network                        „Living Knowledge‟                            General objective:...
Living Knowledge Practical Use • Increase of visibility and accessibility • Exchange of information      Internat.Contact ...
EC & Science Shops                                         MinForeignAf                                                   ...
PERARES is a project which has been awarded      financial support by the European Commission      as coordination action ...
ActivitiesDebates and dialogues on science and research   – Science Festivals, Science Centers and Cafés   – On-line dialo...
GACER  Global Alliance for Community Engaged Research   “network of networks”   • to facilitate the sharing of knowledge a...
We only have to step out of the front door to faceall the challenges which are taught in the lectures!                   T...
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SCC 2012 International collaborations in science communication: what, when and how?; The Living Knowledge Network (Norbert Steinhaus)

  1. 1. The Living Knowledge Network2012 BSA ScienceCommunication Conference Norbert SteinhausLondon, UK, 15 May 2012 The International Science Shop Contact Point
  2. 2. ‘Everyone hasthe right freelyto participate inthe cultural life ofthe community,to enjoy the artsand to share thescientificadvancement Universal Declaration of Human Rights,and its benefits’ Art 27(1) (United Nations, 1948)
  3. 3. Science Shops offer free or low cost access to scientific or technical knowledge and its critical use by citizens and social society groups. Science Shops are as diverse as the communities with which they work. There is not one dominant organisational structure defining a Science Shop. Definition How Science Shops are A Science Shop (is a unit that) provides independent organised and operate is participatory research support highly dependent on their in response to concerns context. experienced by civil society. Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg - SLWC - Epylion - Knowledge Co-Op - Community Based Research Center
  4. 4. Science Shops - Science & Society Interfaces Research Result Science Shops • Demand driven • No commercial Issues interest • Publication of Civil Society results • Feedback to Organisations science institutions Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  5. 5. Benefit and Success of Science ShopsSociety• Access for society groups to research• Visibility of science for society• Participation of citizens(empowerment)Education• Academic curricula, problem-oriented learning• Students get aware of science and society issuesResearch• New research topics• Scientist get aware of societal demands and needs Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  6. 6. From the 70’s to 2011 70’s Netherlands, USA 80’s Australia, Denmark, England, Northern Ireland, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium 90’s Canada, Spain, Romania, Norway, Israel, New Zealand, Malaysia, Czech Republic, South Korea, South Africa 00’s Belgium, France, South Korea 2005 Portugal, Greece, Latvia, Japan, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Turkey, Finland, Iceland, Estonia 2006 Hungary, China, Italy, Israel, Czech Republic 2007 South Africa 2010 Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Israel, Norway 2011 New shops in Portugal, Germany, Canada, France Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  7. 7. International Science Shop Network „Living Knowledge‟ General objective: To give citizens around Europe (and beyond) better access to scientific information and expertise! Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  8. 8. Living Knowledge Practical Use • Increase of visibility and accessibility • Exchange of information Internat.Contact Point (24 nat. contact points), Discussion list, Newsletter and Magazine, Website, Conferences (Seville 2005, Paris 2007, Belfast 2009, Get visible: Bonn 2012, next 2014 in Copenhagen) The cooperation in international projects • Dissemination of results lead to a world wide magazine and newsletter, database(s), linking recognition of the Science Shop model networks, • Mentoring and training consultancy, advise, exchange, Science Shop toolbox, summer schools • Research Cooperation ecology, urbanisation, environmental education, health, social issues ... Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  9. 9. EC & Science Shops MinForeignAf MATRA-RUG-Romania SCIPAS (2000 – 2001) STRATA-AM 1998-2000 / 2002-2005 INTERACTS (2001 – 2003) STRATA-AM GACER (2008) ISSNET (2003-2005) RPA-TN [ACCENT (NoE) ] [ CIPAST (CA)] International Science Shop Network [SpidERA (SSA)] LIVING KNOWLEDGE [ EFSUPS (SSA)] TRAMS (2005-2008) S&S-CA [ InMoSion ] [ VECTOR ] • Science Shop Call 2006 [ WINDFARMperception ] [ NewCom ] • FP 7 – PERARES (2010-2014) Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  10. 10. PERARES is a project which has been awarded financial support by the European Commission as coordination action through the contract no. 244264 in FP7 (Area 5.1.2.1 Broader engagement on science-related questions, SiS-2009-1.2.1.1 Structuring public engagement in research (PER). Developed and performed by (and for) Science Shops, Universities and CSOs Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  11. 11. ActivitiesDebates and dialogues on science and research – Science Festivals, Science Centers and Cafés – On-line dialogues – Pilot international debate: Nanotechnology (www.livingknowledge.org/discussion/diskutiere)Setting research agenda’s with CSOs – Dialogue between Research Labs and CSOs – Structuring PER: Domestic violence, Local Human RightsA network of research bodies 9 new Science Shops Potential role of Higher Education & Research Councils Evaluation packages - Conferences Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  12. 12. GACER Global Alliance for Community Engaged Research “network of networks” • to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and information across continents and countries • to enable interaction and collaboration • to further the application and impact of community-based research for a sustainable just future for the people of the world http://communityresearchcanada.ca/?action=alliance Science Shop - Wetenschapswinkel - Wissenschaftsladen - Boutique de Science -Videnskabsbutiken – BioSense - Bazar de las Ciencias - InterMediu - Interchange - IntHumCUPP HelpDesk - Community Knowledge Exchange - Echop à Sciences - Forskningstorg -
  13. 13. We only have to step out of the front door to faceall the challenges which are taught in the lectures! Thank you for your attention. Norbert Steinhaus norbert.steinhaus@wilabonn.de; +.49.228.2016122 Henk Mulder (PERARES coordinator) h.a.j.mulder@rug.nl ; +.31.50.363.4436 International Science Shop Network „Living Knowledge‟ www.livingknowledge.org Internat. Science Shop Contact Point livingknowledge@wilabonn.de Bonn Science Shop www.wilabonn.de

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