5th meetings of the UNESCO Working Groups on Open Science

5th meetings of the UNESCO Working Groups on Open Science 868 300 Open and Universal Science (OPUS) Project

Join us in advancing open science principles worldwide! As per the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science, adopted during the General Conference’s 41st session on November 23, 2021, we invite you to actively participate in shaping the future of scientific collaboration and accessibility.

Member States, committed to transparency and inclusivity, will be convening for regular progress updates every four years. We encourage your engagement and input as we collectively work towards realizing the transformative potential of open science.

To facilitate our collaborative efforts, we have established:

  1. Open Science Steering Committee Meetings: These sessions provide a platform for strategic oversight and guidance, ensuring coherence in our global endeavors. Join us for our upcoming meetings on April 4th, May 17th, April 30th, May 15th, and June 3rd, 2024, as we track progress and address challenges together.
  2. Intersectoral Task Team Gatherings: Comprising experts from diverse sectors, these meetings offer comprehensive oversight and guidance to advance open science initiatives. Your participation is vital in ensuring a holistic approach to our endeavors. Join us for our scheduled meetings on April 4th, April 17th, April 30th, May 15th, and June 3rd, 2024.

Your involvement is crucial as we implement the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. Together, we can create a more accessible and collaborative scientific landscape.

Furthermore, we invite you to explore our ongoing efforts through:

  • Open Science Working Groups: Engage with experts in critical areas such as capacity building, policy development, funding mechanisms, infrastructures, and monitoring frameworks. You can contribute by attending scheduled meetings or registering for upcoming ones.
  • Global Open Science Partnership: Join us in fostering technical advice and guidance, facilitating collaboration, and knowledge exchange.
  • Toolkit Development: Contribute to the development of practical resources for Member States and stakeholders, ensuring effective implementation of open science principles.

Your participation is essential in shaping the future of open science. Let’s work together to realize its full potential and ensure equitable access to scientific knowledge for all.

For more information and to register for meetings, please visit UNESCO Open Science Meetings Portal. Together, let’s embrace the culture and practice of open science for a brighter future.

We look forward to your active involvement!

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