FNR training for researchers: how to present scientific evidence to politicians

How to present scientific evidence to politicians: The FNR’s training for researchers takes place on the 19 and 20 of April 2023.  Register now! (waiting list now in place).

Do you want to increase the chances of your research influencing important decisions? Great, but you need to understand how policy makers work in order to avoid that scientific evidence falls on deaf ears.  

In this workshop, you’ll learn practical techniques for tailoring your message to the political audience, communicating complex data effectively, and navigating the political landscape.    

Programme and trainer 

The same training will be held two times on two different dates. You can register for only one of the following sessions:  


  • 13h15: registration and welcome coffee 
  • 13h30-17h30 Training 



  • 8 h15 – 8h30 : registration and welcome coffee 
  • 8h 30- 12h30 : Training 

The training will be held by Daniel Saraga, science communication specialist, Saraga Communications. 

During the training, the the Chamber’s Scientific Unit (Cellule Scientifique) will speak about their work and their experience in working with politicians.  


Maison du Savoir (entrance Auditoires) – Room 2140 

2, avenue de l’Université L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette GPS: 49.504839 | 5.948214 

Registration – waiting list

All spots are currently taken. Please add your name to one of the sessions on the waiting list and we will contact you as soon as possible. As spaces are very limited, priority will be given to registered individuals who also previously registered for the Pairing Scheme. You can only choose one session.

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