The International Science Council is the global voice for science
It was created in 2018 as the result of a merger between the International Council for Science (ICSU) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and is the only international non-governmental organization bringing together the natural and social sciences and the largest global science organization of its type.
The vision of the Council is to advance science as a global public good. Scientific knowledge, data and expertise must be universally accessible and its benefits universally shared – that’s why science journalism is so critical to empowering open societies, so citizens can be engaged in and make informed decisions about their future. Read more about the ISC here.
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Engage with us at #WCSJ2019
The ISC is keen to engage more with science journalists. Come find our Comms Team, Alison Meston and Lizzie Sayer, during #WCSJ2019 and contact us if you’d like to interview our Special Envoy for Science in Global Policy, Dr Flavia Schlegel (Monday 1 and Tuesday 2 July).