Join the International Science Council’s Committee for Freedom and Responsibility in Science (CFRS) in an interactive discussion on aspects of freedom and responsibility in science in the Asia-Pacific region.
This knowledge-sharing event, hosted by a diverse panel of experts, will explore region-specific trends, challenges, successes, and opportunities for progress, and will give you the chance to share your and your organization’s concerns and priorities, and to contribute directly to the ISC’s mission of advocating for science as a global public good and promoting the free and responsible practice of science in Asia and the Pacific.
The roundtable is planned as a mutual information sharing event. Through interactive discussions, participants will have the opportunity to contribute to and inform the ISC’s and CFRS’ prioritization of Freedom and Responsibility in Science (FRS) issues in the region and future responses.
This will be a hybrid event to enable as many ISC Members from the region to join and interact with each other and with the panel. The experts at the meeting include Khoo Ying Hooi, Sujatha Raman, Krushil Watene, Vineeta Yadav, Paul Atkins.
|PART 1||Introduction, the ISC’s Committee for Freedom and Responsibility in Science (CFRS)|
|PART 2||Freedom and responsibility in science (FRS) in the Asia Pacific region: trends and analysis (roundtable discussion)|
|PART 3||Identifying key FRS concerns in the Asia-Pacific region & current responses by the Asia-Pacific science community (plenary and small group discussions)|
|PART 4||Open discussion – how can the ISC support Members and respond to FRS issues in the region?|
Join the roundtable
🤝 In-person participation: If you are attending the ISC Global Knowledge Dialogue for Asia and the Pacific, please join this event in-person on 5 October at 15:00 – 17:30 Kuala Lumpur local time at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (meeting room to be confirmed).
💻 Virtual participation: Register and join via Zoom on 5 October at 07:00 – 09:30 UTC.
Associate Professor, Department of International and Strategic Studies, Universiti Malaya
UNESCO Chair in Science Communication for the Public Good
Member, ISC Standing Committee for Freedom and Responsibility in Science
Associate Professor of Political Science, Pennsylvania State University, 2022 Stein Rokkan Prize winner
CEO, The Royal Society of New Zealand
International Peace Research Association (IPRA)
Vivi Stavrou: email@example.com
Executive Secretary of the ISC Committee for Freedom and Responsibility in Science