CeOS Stakeholders Consultation at the European Level

Date: July 2, 2024

Time: 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. DST

Before the LIBER Annual conference, the Erasmus + project, “Citizen enhanced Open Science in Southeastern Europe”, will hold a Stakeholder Consultation. This consultation aims to bring together key players in the field of Open Science and Citizen Science, focusing on the unique challenges and opportunities within Southeastern Europe.

Event Highlights

  • Participants: This event will gather representatives from academic, national, and special libraries, along with invited experts, EU university representatives, and policymakers.

  • Discussion Topics:
    • Bridging the gap between practices, policies, and resources across different regions.
    • Enhancing the visibility of Southeast European countries in the realm of Open Science.
    • Sharing methods and practices for effective knowledge transfer from other regions.
    • Emphasising the importance of cultural and language diversity.
    • Identifying synergies and opportunities to leverage CeOS for transformative impacts.

The consultation will be conducted under the Chatham House Rule, encouraging a candid and open exchange of ideas and strategies. Twenty-five participants maximum.

Why Attend the Consultation

This event represents a unique opportunity to address critical issues and gaps within the Open Science landscape. By bringing together a diverse group of stakeholders, we aim to foster collaboration and highlight the potential of diversity to drive innovation and growth in Open Science practices.

How to Participate in the Consultation

If you are attending the LIBER Annual Conference, you are highly encouraged to join. Your insights and contributions are essential to advancing Open Science and Citizen Science in Southeastern Europe and beyond.

To register forthe Consultation and for more details, please click on the button below.