Marching for science
April 21, 2017
Whether it’s defending research funding or promoting the contributions of the social sciences, we’ve been unapologetic in making the case for the importance of all sciences in tackling the major issues facing our society.
Now with the snap General Election on June 8, there’s never been a more important time to defend science. That’s why the Campaign for Social Science will be taking part in the March for Science in London this Saturday, April 22.
If you’re as passionate about science, research and evidence as we are, we’d love for you to join us! We’ll be meeting at 11.45am at the Junction of Thurloe Street and Thurloe Square. The march then sets off at 12pm from the Science Museum, Exhibition Road towards Parliament Square.
If you can’t make it, we’ll be providing live updates on Twitter, hopefully with a long strain of crafty science puns. Follow along here: @CfSocialScience.
If you’re not in town, you’re still in luck as there are also lots of other marches throughout the UK. Check them out here.
You can also find out more about our work and read our most recent reports here.