UNESCO Science Report 2030


UNESCO Science Report 2030 from the link below:


Dear Media Partners,


We are pleased to invite you to the launch of the 6th edition of the UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030, at 5.30 pm on 23rd November 2015, at the CSIR Science Centre, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi – 110003, being organized by UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office in collaboration with the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) and Indian National Science Academy (INSA).

 What is the UNESCO Science Report?The UNESCO Science Report series was launched in 1993 under the name of World Science Report on the occasion of World Science Day (10thNovember) for peace and development. Since 1993, five reports have been published. A 6th edition is currently in production. Each of the reports monitor the evolution of the support system for science, technology and innovation worldwide over time, through the eyes of an independent team of experts who are each writing about the country or region, where they hail from.
All the reports in the series can be consulted online and purchased in various languages. What does the UNESCO Science Report 2015 contain?

The UNESCO Science Report 2015 will cover trends and developments in the support system for STI over the period 2010−2015. It is one of the benchmarks for the global monitoring of STI policies, systems and emerging trends. The report will innovate in 2015 to reflect four emerging trends:

·         The growing focus on innovation, including in poor countries

·         The growing emphasis on monitoring STI governance

·         The growing role of STI in sub-Saharan Africa

·         The growing need to monitor the extent to which STI are fostering sustainable development




Executive Summary of UNESCO Science Report Full Report

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