Inaugural Programme

For reference, this is the programme of the inaugural conference held in Auckland on 28-29 August 2014.
Click here for the Science Advice to Governments programme (downloadable)

See also: Pre-conference symposium on Science and Diplomacy.

Day 1

8:30-9:00Registration - Morning Tea/Coffee availableMorning Tea and Coffee available on arrival
9:05-9:15Opening Remarks
9:15-9:30WelcomeSteven Wilson, Executive Director, International Council for Science (ICSU)
9:30-10:00Opening address - Sir Peter Gluckman, Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor, New Zealand
10:00-11:45Panel 1 - The process and systems of science adviceSir Peter Gluckman (NZ, Chair)
Jörg Hacker (Germany)
Shaukat Abdulrazak (Kenya)
Raja Chidambaram (India)
Kari Raivio (Finland)
Nils Stenseth (Norway)
David Mair (EC)
William Colglazier (US)
12:45-13:30Keynote Speaker - Professor Anne Glover (Chief Science Advisor to the President, European Commission)
13:30-15:00Panel 2 - Science advice in situations of crisisAnne Glover (EC, Chair)
Yuko Harayama (Japan)
Andreas Hensel (Germany)
Lourdes Cruz (Philippines)
Mary O'Kane (NSW, Australia)
15:15-16:45Panel 3 - Science advice in the context of opposing political / ideological positionsIan Boyd (Defra, UK, Chair)
Hubert Deluyker (EFSA, EC)
Roger Pielke (US)
Gordon McBean (Canada)
Chris Tyler (UK)
Ian Chubb (Australia)
16:45-17:30Keynote Speaker - Sir Mark Walport (UK Chief Scientific Advisor)
18:30-20:00Networking Reception; cocktails and appetisers

Day 2

8:40-9:00Morning Tea/Coffee available
9:00-9.10Recap, look-ahead - Sir Peter Gluckman (Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor, NZ)
9:10-09:40Keynote Speaker - Prof Zakri Abdul Hamid (Science Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia)
9:40-11:15Panel 4 - Developing an approach to international science adviceZakri Hamid (Malaysia, Chair)
Carlos Nobre (Brazil)
Steven Wilson (ICSU)
Romain Murenzi (TWAS)
John Boright (US)
Jaqueline McGlade (UNEP)
Pavel Kabat (IIASA)
11:15-11:45Keynote Speaker - Dr Phil Campbell (Editor-in-Chief, Nature)
12:30-14:00Panel 5 - The modalities of science advice: accumulated wisdomPhil Cambell (Nature, Chair)
Heather Douglas (Canada)
Mark Ferguson (Ireland)
Remi Quirion (Quebec)
Tateo Arimoto (Japan)
Fidel Castro Díaz-Balart (Cuba)
Brian Collins (UK)
Peter Gluckman (NZ)
14.15-15:00Keynote Speaker - Dr James Wilsdon (Professor of Science and Democracy, Science and Technology Policy Research (SPRU), University of Sussex)
15:00-16:00Look ahead and general discussion - led by Sir Peter Gluckman (NZ)