Critical thought and well-founded judgment require reliable criteria that allow us to evaluate the validity and reliability of information. Science gives us insight into the world around us. It is essential to our well-being, promotes progress, development and learning, and is the foundation of our continuing prosperity. Yet policy makers increasingly seem to reject scientific evidence in favour of ‘alternative facts’ for their own political advantage. Our democracy was built on the basic principle of constructive dialogue, so these developments threaten scientific progress, the scientific community, and our society as a whole.

On April 22, 2017, people around the world will take to the streets to demonstrate their passion for science and sound the call to support and safeguard the scientific community.

The March for Science Hamburg is not just for scientists! We would like to encourage everyone who wants to celebrate science, recognize the very real role it plays in each of our lives, and the need to respect and encourage research to join us.

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March for Science Hamburg is organized entirely by volunteers and dependent on donations. All proceeds will go to funding and publicizing the March for Science Hamburg on April, 22, 2017.


Route und Programm

Der March for Science Hamburg beginnt um 14 Uhr auf dem Rathausmarkt mit einer Kundgebung und endet gegen 16 Uhr vor dem Hauptgebäude der Universität mit einer Abschlusskundgebung. Die Route …

Ziele: Was wir wollen

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Presseinformation

The March for Science Hamburg is now officially registered for April 22, at 2:00 pm at the Rathausmarkt. Please spread the word! MARCH FOR SCIENCE HAMBURG Press Release Come join …