Effectively engaging with the policymaking process and achieving policy impact requires a set of competences that are rarely covered in formal university education or doctoral programmes.
The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission has outlined 27 science for policy competences that researchers can develop and created a self-assessment tool that researchers can use to find their strengths as well as areas that they would like to improve.
During this Splinter Meeting, researchers will be guided through the self-assessment tool by one of its creators, Lene Topp. While it is recommended that participants attend the Short Course "SC3.13 What are Science4Policy competences" prior to this Splinter Meeting, it is not essential.
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