Tool Catalogue of Tools
SiS Catalyst resources✎
Uploaded by RRI Tools on 01 November 2015
Policy Makers Education Community Ethics Public Engagement Science Education Health, demography & wellbeing Food, agriculture, forestry, water and bio-economy Energy Transport Climate, environment, and resources Inclusive, innovative, and reflective societies Security science and society agents of change empowering young people children and students engagement future visions
SiS Catalyst is a collection of resources about different ways of empowering children as agents of change. Aimed at teachers and social, cultural, political, scientific and educational institutions, it contains guidelines for conducting activities with children and for managing relationships with policymakers, as well as supporting preparation and evaluation materials. Sis Catalyst resources are designed to be used mainly within activities involving children aged 7–16 years.
National, International, Local, Regional, Global
Diversity, Inclusion, Openness, Reflection
Development, Exploration, Implementation, Monitorization & Evaluation, Dissemination
Most of the resources are in the form of guidelines, with suggestions on how to better empower children and to support the creation and development of university activities aimed at children. Organisational needs and time required for preparation and implementation depend on the resource.
SIS-Catalyst Diversity & Inclusion Mapstem education social inclusion science and society science education children and students engagement program evaluation science engagement programs outreach
OECD Global Science Forum: Improving the Dialogue with Society on Scientific Issuesdialogue public dialogue science and society oecd workshop
The Contribution of Science and Society (FP6) and Science in Society (FP7) to a Responsible Research and Innovation. A Reviewrri era science and society science for society
Integrating Science in Society Issues in Scientific Researcheducation science communication public dialogue recommendations women in research good practices science and society fp6