Monthly Archives: March 2020

Videos of the symposium “Trust in a Changing World” now available

  • March 31, 2020
  • Comments off

The videos of the PEriTiA Inaugural Symposium “Trust in a Changing World” are now available. The event was hosted by the University College Dublin (UCD) on 2 March 2020 and brought together leading scholars to discuss trust in and the trustworthiness of policy related expert opinion in today’s changing world.   Ireland’s experiments in deliberative […]

Read More

A philosopher’s reflection in times of COVID-19: How to think positively about isolation

  • March 23, 2020
  • Comments off

In times of the COVID-19 crisis, PEriTiA’s investigator Silvia Panizza (University College Dublin) provides a reflection on self-isolation from a philosopher’s perspective. This article was originally published on The Conversation.   Philosopher in Italian coronavirus lockdown on how to think positively about isolation “I am facing 14 days of self isolation and I find the prospect […]

Read More

PEriTiA kicks off with international symposium in Dublin

  • March 12, 2020
  • Comments off

PEriTiA – Policy, Expertise and Trust in Action – was launched in Dublin on 2 March with the public symposium ‘Trust in a Changing World’, followed by an internal kick-off meeting. The Horizon 2020-funded research project will investigate the conditions under which people trust expert opinion and scientific advice informing public policy. Hosted by University […]

Read More