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Opening up the development agenda: STEPS América Latina launch
5th November 2015 @ 8:00 am - 6th November 2015 @ 5:00 pm
The event ‘Opening up the development agenda’, to mark the launch of the STEPS América Latina hub, took place on 5 and 6 November in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Opening up democratic politics for sustainable development, by Andy Stirling, 24 November 2015
Opening up science and development in Latin America, by Nathan Oxley, 8 November 2015
Sharing the Open Source Seed Initiative at STEPS América Latina, by Claire Luby, 12 November 2015
What are we doing when we do open science and inclusive innovation? by Adrian Smith, 12 November 2015
The event, which brought together an international line-up of speakers, included panels on open science, inclusive innovation, horizontal innovation for sustainability, and natural resources and development.
There were also participatory sessions on the politics of open knowledge production, and to envisage a new research agenda for sustainable innovation and development for Latin America.
Panels and sessions
Full information about the panels and sessions (in Spanish) is on the STEPS America Latina website.
Innovation for inclusion and sustainable development
Judith Sutz, Benito Juarez Velez and Paula Peylourbet. Discussant: Adrian Ely
Leslie Chan, Sarita Albagli, Mariano Fressoli and Valeria Arza. Discussant: Pablo Kreimer
The politics of opening up knowledge production
Cristian Matti (facilitator)
Summary: Open science and inclusive innovation
Adrian Smith and Valeria Arza
Horizontal innovations towards sustainability
Claire Luby, Roberta Ramos and Pablo Ridolfi (discussant: Verónica Robert)
Natural resources and the environment
Jorge Katz, Maristella Svampa and Anabel Marín (discussant: Miguel Lengyel)
Summary: Horizontal innovations and natural resources & environment
Andy Stirling and Anabel Marin