International Social Science Council

Founding Year: 1952

Staff: 9


Mathieu Denis (Executive Director)

Is a “membership-based international scientific organization that represents the social, economic, and behavioral sciences at a global level, and aims to bring the best social science to bear on the biggest social challenges of our times.” It has a dedicated website for its ‘Transformations to Sustainability’ program, which aims to “support innovative, social-science-led research on transformations to sustainability.”



International Social Science Council contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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