On the 6-7th November 2018 in Tokyo, Japan, the International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA) hosted its 3rd biennial conference on International Science Advice to Government.
Our Director of Research Associate Professor Sujatha Raman attended, running a session on the role of the arts, humanities and interpretive social sciences in advancing knowledge advice on the Sustainable Development Goals.
"‘The social sciences and humanities are not just about people in trans-disciplinary work.’ @Sujatha__Raman emphasises the role of social research in examining systemic socio-material dynamics in its contributions to science advice to governments. #INGSA2018" - @jaspermontana
See more on Twitter at #INGSA2018.