Euro-Mediterranean and Middle East (EMME) Summer School for Science Communication

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In a partnership with Ecsite and NAMES, the Euro-Mediterranean and Middle East (EMME) Summer School for Science Communication was launched in 2013 to responds to the growing number of science centres and science communication activities around the Mediterranean, especially in the Middle East.
The objective of this professional training course is to train new leaders for the management of science centres, scientific and cultural organisations, giving them a strong set of competencies and skills that they will be able to adapt afterwards, depending on the size and type of their institutions and projects.

The Summer School will reinforce their capacities for development while aspiring to strengthen dialogue and exchanges among these institutions, in an attempt to build a growing community of players in the region and to maximise their potential impact as agents of change for societies.

The first EMME Summer School, took place in 2013 at Parque de las Ciencias (www.parqueciencias.com) in Granada, Spain, in 22 – 27 September. The second edition, in 2015, took place at the Planetarium Science Centre of Bibliotheca Alexandrina (www.bibalex.org) in Alexandria, Egypt, in 5 – 10 September.

Both editions were attended by about fifty science communication professionals, including experienced and young ones, from Algeria, Egypt, France, Italy, Kuwait, Palestine, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

If you are:
• A new manager of a science centre or a museum;
• A curator, an educator, a marketing specialist, or a public relations professional working in a cultural, scientific or educational organisation, dedicated to the dissemination of scientific knowledge
• A promoter of a new science communication project from a local authority, a university, a research institute, an association or an NGO.
We invite you to apply for the 2017 edition of the EMME Summer School!
By July 10
NAMES and Ecsite members: 450 EUR
Non members: 550 EUR

By August 15
NAMES and Ecsite members: 550 EUR
Non members: 650 EUR

After August 15
NAMES and Ecsite members: 650 EUR
Non members: 750 EUR

For registration please fill the on-line form.
REGISTRATION FORM

Please note that for your registration to be completed, you must make the payment within the indicated dates. For you to qualify for the early bird registration fee you must make the payment within 14 days from the date of receiving the payment request e-mail.

The participation fee includes:
Course lectures and materials, meals during the course hours and the official social events.
Participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements and costs. The EMME Summer School’s organisational committee will provide suggestions for proper accommodation in the area, it is, however, the participant’s responsibility to arrange the booking.

Notification of acceptance: within 2 weeks after the application date.

Bank detail to money transfer
BANCA NAZIONALE DEL LAVORO AG.8
Via Diocleziano,236/246 80125 Napoli
IBAN IT37T0100503408000000010013
SWIFT-BIC BNL II TRR

For more info please contact emme@cittadellascienza.it 
 

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