Photo credits: Pedro Cardia
The three day conference is structured around seven plenary talks and several break out sessions where participants will exchange ideas and actively work together.
Meeting schedule (download)
(Download the full program including abstracts and results of the breakout groups.)
In the first day participants will discuss the topics listed below in several break out sessions:
- Extending Evolution into the Human Domain
- Creationism in Europe: is this an issue ?
- Applied evolution: evolution in our daily lives
- Evolution and formal science education
- Evolution and public science literacy
- Communicating evolution effectively in the media
- Communicating evolution effectively in informal learning environments
- Addressing evolution education in the international context of Europe
- The Art of Evolution (literature, art, theatre) / Using art to communicate evolution
- Evolution in Citizen Science/ Engaging citizens in evolution research: a citizen science approach
On the second day, participants will form teams to think and develop collaborative projects to tackle one key problem that they find important.
The third day will be dedicated to summarising the key thoughts and to paving the way for future collaborative projects.