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We promote the Right to Science as a structural component of Liberal Democracies.

Science for Democracy is a platform launched in October 2018, by some members of Rome-based Associazione Luca Coscioni.

Manifesto

Science is a human right

The Right to Science is recognised and protected as a fundamental human right. It is enshrined in article 27 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in article 15 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR).

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Committee

Scientists and policy makers

We promote the affirmation of the “right to science” through a dialogue between the scientific community and decision-makers to urge States to fulfil their international obligations and to promote the universal right to enjoy the benefit of science.

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History

Evidence-based political actions

We are committed to guarantee fair access to scientific research and to technological developments and prevent their outcomes from infringing other fundamental human rights and liberties.

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Join Science for Democracy

There are a lot of ways to get involved with Science for Democracy. You can join as a scientist-volunteer one of our projects, suggest a new area of action or simply support our actions with a contribution.

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