Web test and registration
- Welcome by Aarhus University: Dean Eskild Holm Nielsen, Faculty of Technical Sciences.
- Welcome by ESAF: Tarmo Soomere, ESAF Chair, President of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
- Welcome by Head of Unit Renzo Tomellini, Scientific Advice Mechanism, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission
Session 1: Principles and organisations
Principles for science-based policy advice in the area of agriculture, food, climate and environment and examples of organization, funding and linkages between research and policy in participating countries
|Group session with input from participants on the principles, structure and function of science-based policy advice in their country/institution, and discussions of weaknesses, advantages and challenges.
Session 2: Procedures and methods
Procedures and working methods for science-based policy advice in participating countries/institutions: What are the critical challenges and the good experiences?
|Group session with input from participants on critical challenges and good experiences in relation to procedures and working methods, e.g. receiving tasks, delivering advise, quality assurance, collaboration with stakeholders, keeping the arms-length principle, ensuring continuity and consistency of advice over time, managing differences in scientific opinions.
End of day 1