Update of the SITEX.Network’s Social Science and Citizen Science Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) on Radioactive Waste Management (RWM)
Friday, April 16th – 9:30 to 18:00 CET
The SITEX.Network organizes a Workshop in order to prepare an update of its Social Science and Citizen Science Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) on Radioactive Waste Management (RWM).
The objective of the event is to give the opportunity to some institutional, citizen and scientific actors to propose different views and interpretations on the conditions, stakes and questions in relation to three key topics for RWM: conditions for closure, inter-generational governance, and safety culture. This opportunity of driving a multi-stakeholders common inquiry on these key topics will be facilitated by the use of a specific grid of analysis that can help displace the more usual views and interpretations on the topics.
The Workshop will be organized in 3 sessions (one for each of the above-mentioned topics) that will be structured the same way:
- There will first be a set of three presentations given by one SITEX expert, one Civil Society member and one social scientist.
- Then a quick analysis by Sylvain Lavelle, a social scientist appointed by SITEX to provide some scientific and methodological support to the preparation of an updated version of the SITEX.Network’s SRA.
- A discussion on the topic within small groups.
- A plenary discussion integrating the feedback from the small groups’ discussions.
The results of the discussions will be used to identify and prioritize possible topics in Social Science and Citizen Science which are link to various phases of RWM, and to develop the SRA for Social and Citizen Science that will be adopted by the SITEX.Network and integrated in SITEX.network Strategic Research Agenda.
If you want to register, send an email before Friday, April 9th to Honorine Rey, the supporting consultant to the organization of the Workshop: firstname.lastname@example.org.