Join us on Thursday, April 21st, 2PM CEST
We will meet for the first of a series of five hangouts providing a space for conversation and co-shaping an inclusive *Open *Citizen *Social Science landscape – Voices and methods from around the world.
The discussions in this session will be held around the topic “Locally driven protocols and local traditions in Citizen Social Science, and have as co-hosts Nadine Mowoh, from Cameroon, and Lilian Chamorro, from Colômbia.
The Global Innovation Gathering is a consortium member of the Horizon 2020 project ‘CoAct – Co-Creating a Citizen Social Science Approach’. Within CoAct, one of our goals is to foster a critical debate, addressing what Co-Creation, what inclusive approaches, and what science should look like when accounting for multiple voices, needs, and traditions from all around the world.
Throughout the year we are going to host five hangouts discussing central topics the community identified.
These hangouts accompany a process of co-writing an open publication that brings together your critical understandings to inclusive Citizen Social Science from a gloCal perspective. You can become a co-author, read more here.
Topic: Locally driven protocols and local traditions in OCSS
- What is required in order to reframe mainstream understanding of expertise and adopt protocols of local communities as common practice?
- How can local traditions, such as rituals and mythology be embraced as a central component of CSS methodology?
Time: April 21, 2022 02:00 PM CEST (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna)
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