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Wednesday 13th December, 3-5pm : International Conference on Participatory Research, Citizen Sciences, Crowd-Innovation and Fab Labs

▪ The Whitebook “Citizen Science Strategy 2030 for Germany”  Mrs Christin LIEDTKE, Helmholtz Association, Germany

▪ Opportunities and Challenges with Citizen Science. Mr Frederic ANDRES, National Institute of Informatics, Japan, www.nii.ac.jp

▪ Start2park ; Determining, Explaining and Predicting Cruising for Parking. Mrs Larissa KOENIG, Research Lab for Urban Transport, Germany, www.frankfurt-university.de/en/about-us/faculty-1/research-institute-ffin/specialist-groups-of-the-ffin/relut

▪ What role will the co-evolution of the technologies of the 4th industrial revolution play for a sustainable society? Mr Sujin BAE, Kyunghwa HWANG, Minjeong SUH, and Ohbyung KWON, Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea, http://4ir.khu.ac.krhttp://caitech.khu.ac.kr

▪ Zurich greened participatory – cool down your city! Mr Dominik FEHR, su-pa.net / “Züri begrünt” partizipativ, Switzerland, https://su-pa.net/

▪ To what extent do children have rights, an awareness of their rights and the ease to which they can apply their rights in individual member countries : A citizen Research project. Mr Monty LORD, Young Legal Eagles, United Kingdom, https://YoungLegalEagles.com

▪ The responsibility of structural adjustment plans on poverty in Central Africa: the case of Cameroon. Mrs Nathalie NKUM, Switzerland

▪ Citizen Science project to assess water quality, combining laboratory analysis and technology. Mr Mathieu ROUZET and Mr Arthur GAUTHIER, ONG Objectif Sciences International – OSI-WATER WATCH, France, www.osi-water-watch.org

▪ RCA : The challenges of sustainable development through the ACD. Mr Eric GABIRAULT, ACD (Actions Centrafrique Developpement)

▪ «The Horse» concept – Collaborative Projects across Cultures. Mrs Eliane SUTER, su-pa.net / THE ! association, Switzerland, https://the-horse.education

▪ The impact of the boxwood borer in the Drôme (South East of France). Mr Antoine CLEMENT and Maxence NGAMBA, OSI-PERCEPTION, France, www.osi-perception.org

▪ OSI PANTHERA – Participatory research program on the snow leopard and its ecosystem. Mrs Anne-Lise CABANAT, OSI-PANTHERA, Kirghisztan, www.osi-panthera.org

▪ Participatory research project on kelps. Mrs Lilou EYDELY, OSI-CETIS, France, www.osi-cetis.org

▪ Gamers for Science: How to Change the World in Small Steps. Mr Attila SZANTNER, Massively Multiplayer Online Science (MMOS), Switzerland, http://mmos.ch

▪ Successes and failures of the first Swiss Crowdfunding plattform for science. Mr Mirko BISCHOFBERGER, We Make It, Switzerland, science.wemakeit.com

Thursday 14th December, 3-4pm: Inclusive education and project-based learning

▪ Role of Education as an instrument of social change and development. Mr Touseef MOHAMMAD, Waltham International College, United Kingdom, www.wic.ac.uk

▪ The Role of Civil Society Partnerships in Transforming Timor-Leste’s Education Sector: A Case Study of NGO BETTER. Mr Maxim MANCINO, Building East Timor Through Education & Resources (BETTER), Australia, https://bettertimor.org/

▪ “Terre de mémoires”: the projet to form, transmit and sensitize inhumanities through the arts to reconcile humans. Mrs Anouk BERTAUX, Terre de Mémoire, France, terredememoires.com

▪ Small Islands Education for Sustainable Development Program through STEM. Mr Diego ACEVEDO, University of Aruba, KU Leuven

▪ Development of a participatory research project at the example of Effective Microorganisms in Germany-Austria-Switzerland (D.A.CH). 
Mrs Tania HABEL, OSI-GERMANY, Germany, www.wissenschafts-camps.de

▪ OSI-Kirghizstan : Participatory science missions in Kyrgyzstan. 
Mrs Anne-Lise CANABAT, OSI-KIRGHIZSTAN, Kirghizstan, www.osi-ngo.org/groupes-locaux/article/osi-kirghizistan

▪ Feedback from an expedition of the Participatory Research Program OSI-Panthera. 
Mrs Camille PONCON, OSI-Panthera, France, www.osi-panthera.org

▪ Towards restoration of the Przewalski horse and its ecosystem in Western Mongolia. 
Mrs Héléna NITZE, Chargée de Développement, Pôle Ecotourisme Scientifique, TAKH – Centre des chevaux de Przewalski, France, https://www.reversethered.org/stories/przewalski-horse

▪ Project-Based Learning for Global Climate Justice. Taylor HAUSBURG and Zachary HERRMANN, University of Pennsylvania, United States, www.gse.upenn.edu/academics/center-professional-learning

▪ Globalisation is about creating a new kinetic system, not centralising old models. 
Mrs Mar INTROINI, The Sustainability Reader, Spain, https://thesustainabilityreader.com

▪ Social representations of specialized teachers on the schooling of children with disabilities in Burundi. Mr Révérien NSIMIRIMANA, Université de Bordeaux, Burundi, www.u-bordeaux.fr

▪ Building Equity through Participatory Action Research ; Lessons from the Center to Advance Racial Equity Policy (CAREP). Mrs Rhianna ROGERS, RAND Corporation – Center to Advance Racial Equity Policy, United States, www.rand.org/well-being/racial-equity-policy.html

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Thursday 14th December, 4-5 pm: Conflict Mediation

▪ Company-community mediation for the development of mining areas in the Maghreb. Mr Pascal GEMPERLI, ae-Centre, Switzerland, www.ae-centre.ch

▪ KOKEO, A relay for diplomatic and peaceful communication through the collection of field reports, Mr Bachir Pierre Stéphane SENDIL, Mrs Vaddana KEO, Mr Jean-Marie BUKASA MALU, Mr Kosal TEP, www.kokeo.org

▪ UKRAINIANS AND THE WAR: saving the language, travelling the world. Mrs Nataliya TKACHENKO-GORBACHEVSKAYA, Task Force Translation, a linguistic services provider, Ukraine, www.taskforce.ua/en

▪ Can you consider “free will” as the greatest good of man? Mr Guy BOTTEQUIN, Conflict Mediator, Genève Accord, Switzerland, www.sweetjustice.ch