« The ESOF2022 online Panel the 15th of July explored tensions between and ways to foster internationalization as well as multilingualism in “the practice of science, in scientific publications and in academic communications”, as stated in the Unesco Recommendation for Open Science (2021).The panel organized by the Helsinki Initiative was introduced and moderated by Henriikka Mustajoki (Federation of Finnish Learned Societies):
- Cissi Askwall (Vetenskap & Allmänhet, Sweden): How multilingualism supports broad interaction with society?
- Marin Dacos (French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation): How can translations and new technology support multilingualism?
- Johan Rooryck (cOAlition S): What funders can do to promote multilingualism?
- Laura Rovelli (FOLEC – Latin American Forum for Research Assessment, Argentina): How multilingualism fits in responsible research assessment? (…) »