[CODATA-international] Open Science at ITU

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From: CODATA-international <codata-international-bounces at lists.codata.org> On Behalf Of BOULTON Geoffrey
Sent: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 7:24 AM
To: h sherief <hussein.sherief at gmail.com>
Cc: BOULTON Geoffrey <Geoff.Boulton at ed.ac.uk>; codata-international at lists.codata.org
Subject: Re: [CODATA-international] Open Science at ITU


Dear Hussein Sherief 


The International Science Council’s report to UNESCO will include a recommendation on the potential for a Global Open Science Commons, to which a globally open science cloud could be of considerable support. It would also be of great interest to emerging regional open science platforms, including the African Open Science Platform. I will come back to you with ideas of potential linkage between ITU and these initiatives.


Many thanks for making contact.


All good wishes


Geoffrey Boulton



Geoffrey Boulton OBE FRS FRSE

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University of Edinburgh

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On 6 May 2020, at 11:55, h sherief <hussein.sherief at gmail.com <mailto:hussein.sherief at gmail.com> > wrote:


Dear Geoffrey Boulton, 


I noticed that UNITAR’s contribution to Open Science was being considered for the report to UNESCO . At ITU, we have submitted documents requesting that Global Open Science Cloud (GOSC) be considered as a new tool for SDG’s Disaster Risk.  If the ITU-D Study Group adapts GOSC at its coming October meeting in Geneva, then GOSC will be available as a new Globally Open Science Cloud tool for its member states. From there,  a global framework and guidelines will be worked out by the study group leading to ISO standards. 


Here are the link to the submitted documents:


Utilizing telecommunications/ICTs for disaster risk reduction and management

Submission to ITU-D Study Group 2

https://www.itu.int/net4/ITU-D/CDS/contributions/sg_v2/cnt_rpt_stg_cont_details.asp?mtg=10758 <https://www.itu.int/net4/ITU-D/CDS/contributions/sg_v2/cnt_rpt_stg_cont_details.asp?mtg=10758&lg=1&prd=2018> &lg=1&prd=2018



I do not know if this information is of any use with respect to the report  to UNESCO, if you think it is , you can further contact ITU-D Study Group 2.



Hussein Sherief






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