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Transforming education for a human-centred approach to STI and SDGs - Shared screen with speaker view
schiefer
01:25:15
Thanks for this great meeting and presentations. I learned a lot. Gotta run to another appointmet. Best. Wolfgang
Kleine, Dorothea
01:27:43
For those interested, one of the papers I mentioned in the presentation is Andrea Jimenez et al 2022, A decolonial approach to innovation - available here: https://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/185327/1/00220388.2022.pdf
Kleine, Dorothea
01:34:56
nubler@ilo.org
Kleine, Dorothea
01:35:03
d.j.kleine@sheffield.ac.uk
Kleine, Dorothea
01:35:21
roehrl@un.org
Cristina
01:37:26
It seems that my system does not allow me to intervene now. I shall send my comments separately by e-mail. Anyway, I have a few observations:
Jaime Ech√°varri
01:38:32
It is also important to consider the approach to learning and change/innovation that exists in the Global South, and that is sometimes invisible in literature due to language barriers but also due to how scientific research is structured.
Kleine, Dorothea
01:39:11
1) human well-being as the goal (normative)2) human as actors in dynamic processes of STI and accelerating SDGs3) humans as learners, and the learning processes  
Kleine, Dorothea
01:46:31
Thank you Cristina - I think it would be great to include the AI, humans and ethics aspects in the research agenda, I can think of a number of researchers specialising deeply in AI and Ethics we could call upon
Chisenga Muyoya
01:49:23
Very true @Jaime, that's an important consideration to add to the future research as well
Kleine, Dorothea
01:49:56
Please everybody note Jaime's point above - this came up in the Literature Review - in our forthcoming research agenda we particularly want to also hear from scholars from the global South - wherever they publish.
Kleine, Dorothea
02:00:35
Thank you all for attending - we hope to work together with you as we take this research agenda forward!
Cristina
02:02:11
thank you