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Policies

Policies

The Transformations to Sustainability website is run by the International Social Science Council (ISSC). Except where stated otherwise, opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed on this site are those of the contributors: the ISSC and its partners in the Transformations to Sustainability Programme accept no liability in this regard. The ISSC is not responsible for the content of external websites.

Privacy policy

The International Social Science Council (ISSC) uses the registry of contacts on this website to keep track of collaborations and communication with our contacts (researchers, supporters and experts in various domains), and to build a pool of expertise that we might draw on to contribute to Transformations to Sustainability and other ISSC activities. This may include international policy processes and publications, reviewing proposals or participating in international committees and meetings.

Only ISSC staff have direct access to the information stored in the registry. The information will not be used for commercial purposes under any circumstances.

All persons in this register have a right to access and update the personal information about them and to ask for such information to be modified or deleted.

For any suggestions or comments regarding the content of the database, please contact us at [email protected].

For any technical problem, please contact [email protected].

Cookies

Parts of this website may use cookies to improve your interaction with the site, and to analyse web traffic throughout the site. Cookies do not identify you personally, or store personal information.

Guidelines for contributors

We aim to encourage debate and share opinions, best practice and innovative ideas related to transformations towards sustainability. Our aim is to create a space for lively and thoughtful discussions. We welcome opinion pieces from anyone interested in how the social sciences and other disciplines can contribute to social transformations towards sustainability. Please contact us at [email protected] to propose a submission.

We also welcome comments throughout the site. All comments are pre-moderated before posting, which means there may be a delay in posting some comments over public holiday periods or weekends.

We ask our community to abide by a few general guidelines:

About the ISSC

The International Social Science Council (ISSC) was established in 1952 as an independent non-governmental organization. It is the primary body representing the social, economic and behavioural sciences at an international level. Its mission is to increase the production and use of social science knowledge to help solve global problems. The ISSC is a membership-based organization governed by a General Assembly and an elected Executive Committee. Its members include international professional associations and unions, regional and national social science research councils and academies, universities and institutes with major interests in the social sciences.

The ISSC is registered as a non-profit association in France (SIRET: 78461783900013).