The SensJus project launched a short graphic novel recounting the story of a civic sentinel, which tells the struggle of many and a lesson of hope.
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The European Commission Scientific Hub, the Joint Research Centre, where SensJus is currently hosted, just released the report titled "Activity Report on Citizen Science - discoveries from a five year journey". SensJus appears in Section 6 on "Legitimizing the use of Citizen Generated Data". The full report can be downloaded here.
Taken from a blog post written by Muki Haklay, Lea Shanley, Anna Berti Suman, Sven Schade, Dorte Riemenschneider, Nora Salas Seoane, Rosa Arias, and Simone Reufenacht. The blog post also featured on the Citizen Science Association website (here). A webinar on the Aarhus Convention and the role of Citizen Science in it was hosted by the US...