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The Precautionary Principle: Governance of Innovation and Innovations in Governance

Summer school aiming to explore challenges and possible ways forward for the effective and appropriate application of the precautionary principle in sustainability governance.
When Jun 27, 2015 01:00 AM to
Jul 04, 2015 01:00 AM
Where Budapest
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Contact Phone (36 1) 327 381
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The purpose of this School is to explore challenges and possible ways forward for the effective and appropriate application of the precautionary principle in sustainability governance. It will bring together a solid and diverse group of scholars and practitioners with expertise on the precautionary principle, risk assessment and management, environment and health research, science and technology studies, the governance of innovation, environmental governance, and long term transitions to sustainability. The course is designed as a strategic knowledge and experience sharing course at the intersection between a research-oriented course and a professional development course, dedicated to collaborative exploration and learning. It will provide intensive research training, but also allow for policy discussions in a variety of sector and contexts and, through a knowledge co-creation approach, help to identify and find solutions to course-related issues in the participants’ research or policy application fields.

Application deadline: 14 March, 2015

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