Tag: Inclusion

Share, initiate and learn - citizen science in Europe

Newsletter #3: Inclusion in Citizen Science

Our third newsletter is out! After our last issue on pollution, we chose to focus this third newsletter on a highly relevant topic for the science at large including citizen science: Inclusion. This topic being so broad and diverse, we decided that one article wouldn’t be enough to even start understanding what inclusion actually means and implies.…
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Issues with projects structured through a crusade logic. From: Equity, Exclusion and Everyday Science Learning - Zine Edition. Book by Emily Dawson / Zine by Sophie Wang

Are you reaching people beyond the typical white middle-class?

After addressing the issue of pollution in our second edition, we chose to focus our third newsletter on another relevant subject for the whole science engagement field and that goes even beyond: Inclusion. This topic being so broad and diverse, we decided that one article wouldn’t be enough to even start understanding what inclusion actually…
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D-NOSES new pilot in Kampala, Uganda

Reflections on inclusion in citizen science from some of the ongoing EU-funded projects

CitieS-Health We take inclusivity to encompass different aspects of the general problem we address in the CitieS_Health project, i.e. how residents’ health is affected by the pollution in their living environments. First inclusivity refers to the different disciplinary fields involved: environmental epidemiology, sociology, history, and ethics, among others. Second, it refers to the attention to…
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