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Power and Inequality in Open Science Discourses

These are Denisse Albornoz’ (OCSDNet Research Associate, and Knowledge GAP volunteer) speaking notes for her presentation at the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion panel of OpenCon 2017. Cross-posted from Medium.  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I will start our discussion [on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion] by addressing issues of power and inequality in Open Science discourses, based on the research findings […]

Principles and practice in open science: Addressing power and inequality through “situated openness”

By Cath Traynor and Laura Foster Summary OCSDNet’s Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto proposes a set of seven values and principles for a more inclusive and open science in development; Addressing the role of power and inequality in knowledge production is a key principle; Practicing “situated openness” can help to address the ways in which […]

Open and Collaborative Science: Using Knowledge as a Pathway to Sustainable Development

Following the release of OCSDNet’s Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto, this blog post is part of a series which seeks to provide a more nuanced context for each of seven principles associated with the Manifesto. The series aims to highlight practical examples, network case studies and relevant literature to demonstrate the relevance of this principle […]

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A Call for Action Research at the Nature Conservation Center at AUB (AUB-NCC)

This project is a case study that exemplifies the principle of “Sustainable Development” in the recently launched Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto. By: Najat A. Saliba of the Local Conservation and Development with OCS project Eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were set and ratified by the 189 Member States of the United Nations in 2000 […]

A Manifesto to Reclaim Open Science | Un Manifiesto que Reimagina a la Ciencia Abierta

English | Español This is the first of a new blog series about the Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto recently launched by the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network. Over the next several weeks, we will be highlighting the principles of the Manifesto in more depth, using case studies from our sub-projects, and providing examples […]

Planning an OCS Project in Lebanon – Part II

By Serine Haidar Ahmad, from Local Conservation and Development with OCS in Lebanon In my last blog post, I introduced the OCS research project I was working on with a diverse team at the Nature Conservation Center of AUB. After summarizing a couple of articles we read in order to design our water quality monitoring […]