David Budtz Pedersen appointed to the European Evidence In Policy Consultation Group
David Budtz Pedersen has been appointed high-level representative for the European Evidence In Policy Consultation Group. The group gathers for the 3rd time in Brussels on 9-10 June 2014 to discuss the question ‘How should scientists, policy-makers and third parties work together to manage risks and uncertainties at the same time as promoting innovation?
The group is composed of global influencers in science and innovation and is co-chaired by the European Group on Ethics in Science & New Technologies (EGE) and UN’s Special Health Adviser.
See the group’s latest report here:
David Budtz Pedersen is Co-Director for the Humanomics Research Centre, Faculty of Humanities.