DARIAH signs the Manifesto on Science as Global Public Good

The Global Summit on Diamond Open Access in Toluca, Mexico (23-27 October 2023) brought the Diamond OA community together in a dialogue between journal editors, organizations, experts, and stakeholders from all continent. This event was organised by Redalyc, UAEMéx, AmeliCA, UNESCO, CLACSO, UÓR, ANR, cOAlition S, OPERAS and Science Europe.

Some conclusions have emerged and above all, a Manifesto on Science as Global Public Good: Non commercial Open Access (https://globaldiamantoa.org/manifiesto/) which main principles are :

  1. Universal right
  2. Equity, diversity and multilingualism
  3. Scholar property and human heritage
  4. Recognition and assessment
  5. Collaboration
Declaring Non commercial Open Access, through its Diamond and Green routes, as scholar property and a via to attain Science as Global Public Good is compulsory. A historically dominant approach in Latin America, the Caribbean, and many other countries from other regions.
Having a strong commitment to Open Science has always been important to DARIAH as it brings on collaborative and innovative means of digitally-enabled research.
Situating and defining the role of DARIAH-EU within the diverse European network of Open Science actors (EASSH, OPERAS, OpenAIRE, EOSC, …) gives us the opportunity to engage with a wide range of stakeholders and join forces with them for supporting the transition towards open research cultures.
Therefore, contributing in OPERAS Plus project, within the ‘Innovation Lab‘ for the better understanding and Evaluation of Innovative outputs, and working on a the future DARIAH overlay journal (in Episciences, Diamond platform), we believe that signing the “Manifesto on Science as Global Public Good: NonCommercial Open Access”, will confirm DARIAH-EU commitment to Diamond Open Access route.
DARIAH signed the Manifesto in January 2024: https://globaldiamantoa.org/manifiesto/ (see “Firmantes”)


Cite this blog post
Françoise Gouzi (2024, January 15). DARIAH signs the Manifesto on Science as Global Public Good. DARIAH Open. Retrieved April 24, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/vl0e

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