ECSA 10 Principles of Citizen Science / Dhjetë parimet e “shkencës me qytetarët” / Десет принципи на граѓанската наука / Deset principa građanske nauke
Ten principles of citizen science
Citizen science is a flexible concept which can be adapted and applied within diverse situations and disciplines. The statements below were developed by the ‘Sharing best practice and building capacity’ working group of the European Citizen Science Association, led by the Natural History Museum London with input from many members of the Association, to set out some of the key principles which as a community we believe underlie good practice in citizen science.
These ECSA 10 Principles of Citizen Science are also translated into a multitude of languages.
In cooperation with the WBC-RRI.NET project, some languages from the region have been added - see
시민과학의 열 가지 원칙 (KOR)
And for your information, please find also the ECSA Characteristics of Citizen Science
ECSA (European Citizen Science Association). 2015. Ten Principles of Citizen Science. Berlin. http://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/XPR2N
September 2015, London
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- General/no specific focus
- Republic of North Macedonia
Entry created by Admin WBC-RTI.info on May 13, 2022
Modified on June 7, 2022