On the 15th of July from 14:00 to 15:15 Science for Democracy will be part of ESOF2022 -Euroscience Open Forum in Leiden, curating a session titled: Understand Public Policy Making Through A Game: The Case Of Euthanasia.
The delegation will be constituted by:
- Claudio Radaelli, Professor at the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute and member of the Steering Committee of Science for Democracy;
- Gaia Taffoni, Research Fellow at the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute and Member of Science for Democracy;
- Antonella Succurro, Scientific Officer of the West German Genome Center in Bonn (Germany) and member of Science for Democracy;
- Virginia Fiume, coordinator of the European initiatives at Science for Democracy and co-president of the paneuropean citizens movement EUMANS
The focus of the session will be an exploration of the application of the right to science to key political arenas, starting from the initiatives for the legalization of euthanasia in Italy led by the co-founder of Science for Democracy Marco Cappato, and Science for Democracy’s partner organization Associazione Luca Coscioni.
During the session, there will be a presentation on the game P-Cube, an educational strategy game designed to teach different groups of people the theory and practice of public policy making