3rd Helsinki Initiative Webinar on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication

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Helsinki Initiative organises a webinar series on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication with speakers representing different expert communities and strands of work. This event celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Helsinki Initiative, with presentations by leading experts on importance of multilingualism for science and society and the role of infrastructures and assessment systems in making multilingual science possible. 

The event is free and open for everyone to participate but registration is required. Recording will be made available after the event.


  • Janne Pölönen (TSV)/Emanuel Kulczycki (UAM): Helsinki Initiative 5 years
  • Ismael Rafols (CWTS/UNESCO Chair): Multilingualism for diversity and inclusion in science
  • Joanna Ball (DOAJ): Multilingualism of the Open Access publishing ecosystem
  • Laura Rovelli (CLACSO-FOLEC): Multilingualism in the reform of research assessment
  • Lynne Bowker (UQuebec): Language technologies for supporting multilingualism

Event is chaired and moderated by Henriikka Mustajoki (TJNK).

Please visit the Helsinki initiative websites for registration and more information.