Helsinki Initiative organizes 3 April 2024 the 5th Anniversary Webinar on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication with presentations ranging from importance of multilingualism for science and society to the role of infrastructures and assessment systems in making multilingual work possible. The event is free and open for everyone to participate.
Helsinki Initiative organizes 1 December 2023 15:00-16:30 CET a webinar on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication with three presentations ranging from language policies to the role of national language journals and translations in science. The speakers include Michael D. Gordin, Lucía Céspedes and Vincent Larivière. The event is free and open for everyone to participate without registration.
Helsinki Initiative organizes 31 May 2023 10:00-11:30 CEST a webinar on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication with three presentations ranging from language barriers in conservation science to machine translation in scholarly communication and mapping the global journal landscape. The speakers invclude Tatsuya Amano, Lynne Bowker, Mikael Laakso and Janne Pölönen. The event is free and open for everyone to participate without registration.
The Helsinki Initiative organizes an online panel on "Balancing common language and multilingualism as drivers for equity, diversity and inclusion" at the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF), with Cissi Askwall, Marin Dacos, Johan Rooryck and Laura Rovelli as panelist and Henriikka Mustajoki as the moderator.
Workshop on multilingualism is an online satellite event of the OASPA Conference 2020 bringing together publishers, translators, librarians, young researchers and interested stakeholders to exchange experiences on multilingualism and its challenges regarding to open access in academic publishing
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS! Helsinki Initiative Forum provides a common international platform for policy-makers, research performing and funding organisations, scholarly publishers and open access communities, as well as researchers and science journalists to discuss concrete implementation plans for fostering the Helsinki Initiative.
Workshop on Funding-models for national journals transitioning to open access in Helsinki 17 January 2019
Federation of the Finnish Learned Societies organised a workshop to discuss open access funding-models for national journals in Finland, Croatia, Norway and Poland. The Helsinki Initiative was first discussed and started as a movement to promote multilingualism in scholarly communication.