“Another science, other technologies are possible: Meeting the challenges” read more →

The WFSW has a statute of official relations with UNESCO. It cooperates with other NGOs on various topics of the program of UNESCO. The reports of this co-operation are available on the Web site of the Liaison Committee NGO-UNESCO heading “Activities”, sub-heading “Join programme commissions” page “Science and ethics”. read more →

20 Jun 2008
June 20, 2008

Science and democracy

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Lecture given in the Mexico conference, final session in UNAM,  “Science and democracy, The dialog between scientists and citizens” J.P. Lainé, INES lecture, Mexico, 3-3-2008 . read more →

“SCIENTIFIC WORK AND THE RESEARCHER’S CONDITION”, Venue: University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, near Paris, on February 11, 12 and 13, 2009 read more →

by Seiji Yuasa Vice-president of the World Federation of Scientific Workers, Member of the Japan Scientific Asociation. read more →

31 May 2007
May 31, 2007

South-Europe Policy in science

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By Elies Molins, Physicist, President of API-CSIC (Asociación de Personal Investigador del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas). read more →

By André Levy, President of ABIC, the Portuguese Association of Young Researchers, and Frederico Carvalho, Vice-President of the Executive Council of the WFSW and President of OTC, the Portuguese Organisation of Scientific Workers, read more →

Introduction The term science has several meanings. We will not deal here with the wealth of facts and theories that constitute the present state of scientific knowledge. The conference is about science viewed as the role and directions assigned by society to scientific research, be it basic or applied, and as the use of results.. read more →

24 Nov 2005
November 24, 2005

To the ECSTA III Participants

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The 3rd International Symposium on Exchange and Cooperation of Science and Technology in Asia was held on November 2005 and prepared by the Japan Scientist Association read more →

Letter to US Academy members from President Bruce Alberts ; March 4, 2005 read more →