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United Nations Open Science Conference

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    Suchith Anand

    Dear colleagues
    NASA has declared 2023 the Year of Open Science to celebrate the benefits and successes of open science, and inspire more scientists to join the movement. Ultimately, the success of the Year of Open Science will be driven by collaborations with individuals, teams, and organizations who are ready to transform the culture of scientific research into one that celebrates openness and inclusion.
    The recordings of the webinar on `’GeoForAll contributions to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals” as part of the World Commons Week 2020 is available at
    Thanks to GeoForAll lab at University of Colorado Denver, USA for hosting the Geo For All webinars.
    I would like to thank the International Science Council for the strong support provided for me in my work for GeoForAll and building Open Geospatial Science.
    I am grateful to all GeoForAll colleagues from around the world for their work and contributions for Open Geospatial Science and working for making education opportunities for all. Thank you for your selfless work and efforts. 
    Best wishes
    On Thursday, 2 February 2023, 15:57:25 GMT, Suchith Anand  wrote:
    Dear colleagues
    From 8 to 10 February 2023, the 3rd United Nations Open Science Conference, “Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals, Democratizing the Record of Science”, will bring together policy makers, representatives of intergovernmental organizations, researchers, scholars, librarians, publishers and civil society.
    Under the three main themes
    – Equity in open scholarship,
    – Reforming scientific publishing, and
    – Strengthening the science-policy-society interface
    conference registrants will be able to participate in discussions about the present and future of open science practices for the SDGs and reaffirm that scientific progress and its applications are for the benefit of all.
    More details at
    Best wishes
    Dr Suchith Anand
    Senior Adviser to Governments and International Organisations | Scientist | Board member | Governance | Policy | Consultant in Data Science and Data Ethics | Global Citizen | SDG Volunteer and Advocate

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