What: World Science Forum
Where: Cape Town
When: 6-9 December 2022
At the ninth World Science Forum (WSF) in Budapest, Hungary, in 2019, more than 1100 researchers, policy and decision makers from 120 countries gathered to present and answer pressing ethical issues of scientific research.
The meeting, organised by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and World Science Forum (WSF) partner organisations, discussed the future role, funding mechanisms, the conduct and the dissemination of science in over fifty sessions presented by 150 speakers during four days.
After the Budapest Forum, WSF participants will meet again in December 2022, in Cape Town South Africa.
Read the full text of the Declaration here.
Further news of the Cape Town Declaration process and several science for social justice projects happening globally across 2021 on: www.sci-com.eu
In the run up to World Science Forum, SciCom – Making Sense of Science (an international company and consulting practice dedicated to delivering solutions to communicating the most challenging science) will present video interviews. Below is the first of these.