Registration is open! “Proactive anticipatory policies on science education and sustainability”, a policy-oriented roundtable

By  Eleonora Barelli, University of Bologna, Italy
18 October 2022

The FEDORA partnership is inviting all professionals and researchers interested to the policy-oriented roundtable entitled “Proactive anticipatory policies on science education and sustainability” that will take place on Thursday, November 3rd at 4 p.m. Aula Prodi, Piazza di San Giovanni in Monte, Bologna.

The roundtable will be chaired by Dr Antti Laherto from the University of Helsinki and will consider the participation of:

  • Anna Lisa Boni, Municipality of Bologna, Deputy Mayor for EU/Recovery funds, ecological transition and international relations
  • Giacomo Bergamini, University of Bologna, Rector’s Delegate for Sustainability 
  • Guia Bianchi, JRC and co-author of the recent GreenComp: The European Sustainability competence framework 
  • Erica Bol, Teach the Future
  • Sibel Erduran, University of Oxford, European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) President

Following the roundtable, the impact of FEDORA’s project on local and European policies will be discussed. The event will end with a social reception.

Before the roundtable, starting at 3 p.m., the participants are invited to visit the project’s exhibits and the poster session and discuss personally with the researchers involved

Local policymakers such as mayors, council members, heads of schools and universities, researchers, and pre-and in-service teachers are particularly welcome to this event which aims at initiating synergies at local and European levels. 

Registration to the event is free:

On Friday, November 4th, at the same venue, the FEDORA project will participate in the Conference on Interdisciplinarity in STEM Education organised by the IDENTITIES project. More information at this link:





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FEDORA, Future-oriented Science Education to enhance Responsibility and Engagement in the society of acceleration and uncertainty, is a 3-year EU-funded project. It started in September 2020 and will deploy its activities until August 2023. It gathers 6 partner institutions from 5 European countries.
FEDORA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement no. 872841
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