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In sharing diverse experiences and studies about new knowledge on past and present Science Diplomacy in Europe , InsSciDE Project intends to settle tools for practitioners, the European Union and Member States. The InsSciDE Project's objectives are to:

1. Reveal and connect multiple European experiences, showing how and why science and diplomacy have been combined and coordinated (or not) by Europe and by Member States when addressing global challenges. 

2. Map this knowledge into theoretical and strategic frameworks.

3. Generate guidance for policy reflection and action choices at both EU and Member State levels: strategy, best practices for science diplomats, awareness and training activities for stakeholders. 

4. Foster dialogue, competence-building, self-reflexivity, networks, and inter-professional linkages among practitioners and other stakeholders.

5. Disseminate the learning to a wide audience and sustain its continuing use.

Le mercredi 17 janvier 2017, l’Académie d’Agriculture de France, avec qui le GID est fortement engagé pour le programme GID-Fastdev Agri, a organisé une séance intitulée "l’Afrique peut-elle nourrir l’Afrique?", avec les interventions de Papa Abdoulaye Seck, ministre de l’Agriculture et de l’Equipement rural du Sénégal, Benoit Faivre-Dupaigre, chef de projet Politiques et marchés agricoles de FARM, Christian Fusillier, Responsable de la division Agriculture, Développement rural et Biodiversité de l’AFD et Michel Eddi, le Président Directeur général du CIRAD.

Découvrez les vidéos sur le GID rélisées par TerreTv, la première télévision du web spécialisée dans les thématiques environnementales et le développement durable.

An exchange forum has been organized by the GID on 20 and 21 November 2017 during the Agriculture and Animal Livestock Fair (SARA) in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) on the theme “Improving of Youth Employment in Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa”, in collaboration with 4 French Academies (Agriculture, Sciences, Technology and Overseas Sciences) and the Ivorian Academy of Sciences, Arts, African Cultures and Diasporas (ASCAD). 

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