Share your knowledge

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Share your knowledge

  • If you are interested in knowledge assessment and knowledge synthesis
  • If you would like to contribute directly to a policy‐relevant process in your field of expertise
  • If you would like to expand your network and learn about methods of knowledge synthesis
  • If you are interested in collaborating in a transdisciplinary and multi‐cultural setting

There are many ways to become a meaningful part of the Eklipse community.

Calls for Knowledge

Eklipse Calls for Knowledge are addressed to scientists, decision-makers, practitioners, and societal actors with request-relevant knowledge to share. Calls for Knowledge are an opportunity to highlight the relevance of any type of knowledge (scientific, grey literature, initiatives etc), impact decision making, draw attention to your topical work, and take part in a network of European specialists who are passionate about promoting well-informed policy decisions based on best available science. Each call is aimed at identifying the range of available approaches to answer the request; identifying lessons learned from case studies where particular approaches have been applied; and analyzing what has and hasn’t worked. Accessing and integrating local and traditional knowledge resources, including non-English expertise, is emphasized.

Calls for Experts

Through our Calls for Experts, Eklipse invites individuals from diverse sectors to join Expert Working Groups (EWG), which assess and synthesize knowledge for each selected request. In addition to balanced gender and pan-European research representation, past EWGs have featured a broad spectrum of professions (including scientists, architects, farmers, engineers). Fields of expertise have included everything from business and mental health to biodiversity restoration and the Common Agricultural Policy.

Calls for Review

Relevant experts are encouraged to comment on request reports before their finalization through our Calls for Review. The reviewers will be acknowledged in the final version of the report.