The latest SAPEA (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies) Evidence Review Report, Making sense of science for policy under conditions of complexity and uncertainty, was coordinated by the Cardiff Hub and published on 9th July 2019.
The publication of the report is having a significant impact on social media as well, with over 41K impressions and 900 engagements of the Hub and SAPEA Twitter accounts. The external response was also very favourable, with many posts by collaborators, stakeholders and academics across Europe.
This new @SAPEAnews report on ‘Making sense of science for policy under conditions of complexity & uncertainty’ is superb – a v thoughtful guide to the science advice landscape https://t.co/xTo4dnJBSa #Science4Policy pic.twitter.com/6sCpwkLsSf @INGSciAdvice
— James Wilsdon (@jameswilsdon) July 9, 2019
Enriching experience to have been part of this working group. The report will be delivered by the European Commission Group of Chief Scientific Advisors on 26 September 2019. Key points here: https://t.co/eoipwvvAi1 https://t.co/zbYQKGqKqy
— Sarah de Rijcke (@sarahderijcke) July 9, 2019
„Science is only one part of the equation when making decisions“, sagt Alan Irwin. Im Interview gibt er Einblick in den neuen Report ‘Making sense of #science for #policy’ von @SAPEAnews zur #Politikberatung aus der #Wissenschaft. #Wisskomm https://t.co/6qUslxCNCR
— Wisskomm-Portal (@wisskomm_de) July 17, 2019
The European Commission’s Group of Chief Scientific Advisors (GCSA) will launch their Scientific Opinion on the topic, informed by the SAPEA evidence review report, on the European Research & Innovation Days in Brussels. The presentation will take place on 26th September 2019 on Day 3 of the Policy Conference, and the panel will include Ortwin Renn, Chair of the SAPEA Working Group on Making sense of science for policy.
From then on, the reports will be promoted widely in different events, including a formal presentation organised by the AE Bergen Knowledge Hub (Oslo, 4th November) and a dedicated session in the SAPEA symposium ‘The future of science advice in Europe’ (Helsinki, 13th November).
The Evidence Review Report and more information about the project are available here.
Read more about our work on Making sense of science for policy here.