Here we collect tools developed by ECSA and from others as well as reports on capacity building and training workshops. In addition, you can find general document of the association.
Our aim is to translate the Principles into all ECSA members' languages - and we hope to also gain some non-members for other languages. If you can translate the principles into your language, please contact Headquarters.
The Australian Citizen Science Association has adapted an Australian version of the 10 Principles, which can be found on their website here: https://citizenscience.org.au/10-principles-of-citizen-science/
General Assembly 2018, 6 June, Geneva, Switzerland
General Assembly 2017, 24-25 January, Wien and Laxenburg, Austria
General Assembly 2016, 20 May, Berlin
General Assembly 2015, 28-30 October, Barcelona
General Assembly 2014, 26 November, Berlin
The characteristics of citizen science defined in this document are based on views expressed by researchers, practitioners, public officials and the wider public. It attempts to represent a wide range of opinions in an inclusive way, to allow for different types of projects and programmes, where context-specific criteria can be set. The explanation notes provide more discussion about how these characteristics were created and what they mean in practice.