Scientific Research should be promoted starting from Africa

The VI World Congress for Freedom of Scientific Research has ended. The two-day event, hosted by the African Union Commissioner for Science Sarah Agbor, saw the participation of over 300 guests from 35 countries, including Nobel Prize Winner Richard Roberts and representatives from the United Nations, national governments, academia and civil society. The World Congress also resulted

6th Meeting Of The World Congress For Freedom Of Scientific Research: Biographies of speakers

Margareth Gfrerer Margareth Gfrerer holds a PhD in Economics and a MA in Economics Education from  University Graz (Austria) and a MA in International Commerce from Vienna University of Economics. After years in industry she returned to University as senior lecturer and researcher – first to FH-JOANNUM (Austria); followed by different university assignments in Indonesia.

Event: Marco Cappato partecipated in a panel discussion on the human right to science at UN (New York, February 22, 2018)

On february 22, 2018, Marco Cappato partecipated in a panel discussion at the United Nations in New York on the human right to science. Associazione Luca Coscioni, in cooperation with the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Permanent Mission of Italy to the United Nations, organized a debate to elaborate on the state-of-the-art developments