Science Advice – What works in a Crisis?#

2020’s Covid-19 outbreak has shone the spotlight on science advice like never before. How well are Europe’s science advice frameworks standing up to this major stress test?

Join SAPEA's webinar on 16th September, 13:30 CEST, 12:30 BST UK#


In 2019, the European Commission undertook a review of best practice in science advice, publishing a series of major reports. They included the Joint Research Centre and the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors, together with a comprehensive evidence review by the consortium of Europe’s academies, SAPEA, which was coordinated by Academia Europaea. More recently, the Advisors and the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies have issued a joint statement on science advice during the coronavirus pandemic.

About the webinar#

In this 90-minute webinar, chief science advisors, experts and staff of the European Commission will reflect on how effectively Europe is rising to the challenge and what lessons can be learned for the future. They will share practical experiences of giving science advice in the face of unprecedented complexity, uncertainty and public visibility during the outbreak; as well as how best to apply science advice frameworks and practices to secure greater resilience in the aftermath of Covid-19.

Panel of speakers#

The webinar will be moderated by Professor Ole Petersen, Vice-President of Academia Europaea and Director of the Cardiff AE Hub, and hosted by SAPEA.

Register now#

More about the INGSA Global Week of Dialogue#

The webinar is part of the INGSA Global Week of Dialogue entitled ‘Science Advice & COVID-19: What are we learning?’ which takes place from 14th to 18th of September 2020. Dr Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist of the World Health Organisation, will be the keynote for the Global Week of Dialogue. The full programme of events can be found here.

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