Claus Montonen, INES (International Network of Engineers and Scientists for global responsibility), Department of Physics, University of Helsinki. read more →

13 Feb 2009
February 13, 2009

On the status of russian scientists

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By A.G.Demchenko and A.A.Samokhin, Trade Union of Russian Academy of Sciencies read more →

An overview of some major problems the young scientists are facing read more →

António Armando da Costa, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Kelvin Building (Room 532), Glasgow University, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland, UK read more →

07 Feb 2009
February 7, 2009

World Forum Science and Democracy

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Belem, 2009, January 26,27 What do we want? By André Jaeglé , President of the WFSW. Contribution to the World Forum Science and Democracy, Belem, Brasil read more →

“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 →