Let's continue our work for the #MarchforScience!
April 22 was a great success worldwide and showed that not only scientists, but many more people consider the freedom of science to be important enough to hit the streets.

How shall we continue? Which are the concrete challenges we are facing that can be derived from the goals of the march, and which of them shall we address? We have already received many ideas. Based on them, we have created a questionnaire with the following goals in mind:

1) to find out which issues are perceived as the most important ones
2) to find supporters who are competent and motivated for the different domains
3) to bring teams together who will collaborate on concrete questions and projects.

We do not want the #MarchforScience to be a one-time event. It would be great if we could achieve something in the long run, too.

Depending on how many ideas you have, filling the survey will take between 5 and 15 minutes Thank you for taking the time!

How IMPORTANT do you consider the following issues with respect to the March for Science in Germany?
completely unimportant
rather unimportant
rather important
very important
cannot/don't want to say/not applicable
to improve the public image of science (e.g., science is fun; science is important …)
improve the conditions of good science (freedom of research, transparency/open science, independent funding …)
showing solidarity with researchers whose freedom is threatened
increasing the appreciation of public outreach in the scientific system (e.g., not only value publications and grants in tenure decisions, but public outreach as well)
improve science education and scientific literacy (e.g., curricula, educational resources, teacher qualification …)
improve science communication (conveying results and scientific methods understandably, qualifying science communicators …)
strengthen science as an "enlightening" institution in the public discourse (e.g., by publicly disproving false beliefs and "bullshit")
strengthen science as a "consulting" institutionfor politics (so that politicians can make better-informed decisions)
Other domains, namely …
Please specify "other domains", if applicable:
Your answer
How can the above-mentioned domains be realized? Which specific questions, concrete projects … are especially relevant to you?
Your answer
Would you like to work with us to realize these concrete goals resulting from the March for Science?
How COMPETENT do you feel to work on the following issues (regardless of whether you would like to do this)?
not competent at all
rather not competent
rather competent
very competent
cannot/don't want to say/not applicable
to improve the public image of science (e.g., science is fun; science is important …)
improve the conditions of good science (freedom of research, transparency/open science, independent funding …)
showing solidarity with researchers whose freedom is threatened
increasing the appreciation of public outreach in the scientific system (e.g., not only value publications and grants in tenure decisions, but public outreach as well)
improve science education and scientific literacy (e.g., curricula, educational resources, teacher qualification …)
improve science communication (conveying results and scientific methods understandably, qualifying science communicators …)
strengthen science as an "enlightening" institution in the public discourse (e.g., by publicly disproving false beliefs and "bullshit")
strengthen science as a "consulting" institutionfor politics (so that politicians can make better-informed decisions)
Other domains, namely …
Please specify "other domains", if applicable:
Your answer
Which specific competencies, abilities, skills, knowledge, qualifications … do you have in the domains where you feel competent?
Your answer
How much would you LIKE to work on the following issues (regardless of whether you feel already competent to do so)?
not at all
rather not
rather yes
yes, very much
cannot/don't want to say/not applicable
to improve the public image of science (e.g., science is fun; science is important …)
improve the conditions of good science (freedom of research, transparency/open science, independent funding …)
showing solidarity with researchers whose freedom is threatened
increasing the appreciation of public outreach in the scientific system (e.g., not only value publications and grants in tenure decisions, but public outreach as well)
improve science education and scientific literacy (e.g., curricula, educational resources, teacher qualification …)
improve science communication (conveying results and scientific methods understandably, qualifying science communicators …)
strengthen science as an "enlightening" institution in the public discourse (e.g., by publicly disproving false beliefs and "bullshit")
strengthen science as a "consulting" institutionfor politics (so that politicians can make better-informed decisions)
Other domains, namely …
Please specify "other domains", if applicable:
Your answer
Which concrete questions, projects … would you like to tackle in particular?
Your answer
How else would you like to support #ScienceMarchGER?
Please specify "other", if applicable:
Your answer
Your name:
Your answer
Your email address:
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Your phone number:
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Which city are you from?
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Which country are you from?
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