SRNSFG disseminates information regarding the Joint Research Centre project
Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation Georgia (SRNSFG) disseminates project provided by Joint Research Centre of the European Commission .
The European Commission's science and knowledge service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC ) a provider of world class regulatory science, is seeking to understand and explain, the drivers that influence policy decisions and political discourse, in order to optimise the way scientific evidence is used in policy-making.
The aim is to provide a State-of-the-Science report and an evidence-based hypothesis for a new model of the drivers of political decision-making and the role of evidence in them.
The Flagship Report will be written by JRC staff based upon State-of-the-Science literature reviews carried out by experts. The work will be carried out by: the Steering Committee, the Author Teams, the JRC team and the Reviewers. Their work is closely interrelated but still independent.
For the Enlightenment 2.0 flagship report, we aim to incorporate input and feedback from:
We have opened a public call for contributions. Disciplines include:
History of The Enlightenment,
Philosophy of Science,
Deadline for applications: 30 April, 2018.
Further details can be accessed via the link.