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7 October - 23 December 2019 | 20 countries in Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa
The Science Film Festival is a celebration of science communication in Southeast Asia, South Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America: In cooperation with local partners it promotes science literacy and facilitates awareness of contemporary scientific, technological and environmental issues through international films with accompanying educational activities. The festival presents scientific issues accessibly and entertainingly to a broad audience and demonstrates that science can be fun. The event has grown considerably since its first edition in 2005, becoming the largest event of its kind worldwide.
In 2019, the event takes place internationally in over 20 countries in Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa from October 07 to December 23.
The Science Film Festival is currently open to submissions until March, 22. There are no submissions fees
More about the festival here
4 - 8 March 2019 | Charles Darwin University, NSW, Australia
This intensive workshop will introduce participants to the philosophical assumptions of a realist philosophy of science and their implications for understanding how policies and programs work. Participants will develop skills in designing and implementing realist research and evaluation, from developing initial questions through to final reporting. The workshop also covers realist review, the realist approach to systematic literature reviews and rapid realist review.
Accreditation at Masters level is available. An additional fee for marking of papers may apply for students outside the Master of Public Policyprogram.
Who should attend?
This workshop is available to researchers and evaluators in other organisations and Departments; to commissioners of research and evaluation; Master of Public Policy students; post-graduate students from any university; and staff who want to develop new research and evaluation skills. Look on the website for further details.
13 - 15 April 2019 | Dunedin, New Zealand
ScienceTeller is a biennial science festival run by the Centre for Science Communication at the University of Otago. Parental discretion is advised for this free event. Keep an eye on the website for more information on themes and speakers.
13-17 May 2019 | Harare, Zimbabwe
3-7 Jun 2019 | Jo’burg, South Africa
15-19 Jul 2019 | Nairobi, Kenya
14-18 Oct 2019 | Cape Town, South Africa
Who is this course for?
This 5-day course attracts a diverse group of practitioners in the public and NGO sector. Practitioners linked to institutions of higher learning and independent consultants have also found the course valuable. It is a course aimed at practitioners with some previous experience in M&E or for people with experience in social development processes who are keen to design M&E processes that foster learning and those wanting to refresh their understanding of PMEL processes, politics and practice.
The course fees for Kenya and Zimbabwe are USD 800.
The course fees cover the workshop tuition, learning materials, lunches and teas. Travel, all other meals and accommodation are the responsibility of the participants. Participants are granted a Certificate of Attendance upon successful completion of the course.
9 - 10 May 2019 | Vienna, Austria
The European Science Engagement Association's annual conference will take place in Vienna, Austria, in May 2019.
Cultures of (Science)Communication will be the main focus of #EUSEA19. For the first time, three partners will join to create an excellent program: The conference will be co-organized by EUSEA, OPEN SCIENCE and SCIENCE CENTER NETWORK. Based on your proposals and ideas we will develop two days filled with lively discussions, swirling debates, inspiring talks and challenging sessions.
The call for proposals has now closed. Registration for attendance opens March 2019.
Cost: EUR 400 for non-members, EUR 300 for members, EUR 150 for students.
10 - 12 July 2019 | Manchester, UK
The 13th annual Science in Public conference will provide an innovative, engaging, and creative interdisciplinary space to explore the intersection of science and publics. Taking place from Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 July 2019, the theme for the conference is ‘the global and the local’; the organisers hope to increase engagement between practitioners and researchers locally, nationally, and globally whilst also thinking through the implications of science communication and practice on the different scales we are often expected to and need to work on. The conference is open to variety of formats and content, which means that the sub-themes of the conference will be driven by the submissions received.
The call for proposals is now open until 29 March 2019. Make your submission here.
Cost: £99 for one day; £239 for the full 3 day conference. For students and representatives of community groups there is a reduced fee of £59 (one day) and £169 (3 days).
A limited number of bursaries will be available for early career, students, low income attendees or people travelling from the Global South. The deadline for applications is 23:00 (GMT) on Friday 15th March. All successful applicants will be informed via email by 23:00 (GMT) on Friday 22nd March.
Details here: https://goo.gl/forms/0lz17bmrMRWAHL4D2
1-5 July 2019 | Lausanne, Switzerland
Our highest priority is to bring together professionals and students in science journalism and science writing from around the world to exchange ideas and skills, to build networks and so to foster quality science journalism and collaboration on a global scale. WCSJ2019 is not just an adventure for its own sake. It is part of a wider push to enable science journalists to take responsibility and fulfil their role in society. Our quest for new heights extends beyond the global community of science journalists to scientists, politicians and decision-makers as well as the public at large.