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Science for whom?

For whom should science produce knowledge of nature and social relations? Asking this question directs attention to patterns of systematic ignorance generated for everyone when the interests of social groups such as women are excluded from the decision-making process determining which problems need scientific attention and just how these issues should be formulated.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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