Role of Young Practitioners in Science-Policy-AAAS Conference | Diplomacy Opportunities

Are you a young practitioner – scientists, engineer, technician, innovator, urban planners, etc..? The UN Major Group for Children & Youth Science-Policy Interface Platform is conducting an informal survey to collect the views on the importance of engaging young practitioners in sustainable development policy.

Survey –HERE– should take 5-10 minutes.
This survey will help identify key considerations of young practitioners interested in engaging in the science-policy interface. Responses will be used to inform a poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), taking place February 15-20, 2017.
It will also serve as preliminary insight into the positions of young people, as a marker for future consultations and inquiries on this topic. If you are interested in providing more information, please reach out to spiteam@childrenyouth.org !
Please provide responses by February 3rd – share widely with your peers and colleagues. If you have mentors, professors, or older colleagues interested in science-policy – please have them fill out this survey (specifically for non-youth).
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