How to add a project


If you want in project catalogue to add a new project, we invite you, to send us information about your project by email to We need the following information:

  • Name of the project
  • A brief description of the project and a separate paragraph with clear instructions on How to get involved.
  • Photograph (please indicate whether it is from the project website or elsewhere – in the latter case, please indicate the source, licence and authorship.
  • Web address of the project website.
  • Contact details (e-mail required, physical address, telephone, name of contact person).
  • The statistical region in which the project is being implemented; you can also indicate the whole of Slovenia, a border region or internationally.
  • Project promoter (usually an institution, professional organisation or association).
  • Indicative scientific fields (for a selection, see project catalogue) – may cover more fields.
  • Target Audience for the Project (options include primary school students, secondary school students, adults, seniors; multiple selections possible). When choosing projects for primary or secondary school students, or seniors, consider the unique needs of these groups. For instance, projects for primary school children should be straightforward and easy to understand, while those designed for seniors could be scheduled for mornings, accommodating times when working individuals are typically unavailable.
  • Work Mode Options (fieldwork, work from home, work in archives or libraries, lab work; multiple selections allowed). Note that work in archives or libraries entails reading and analyzing written materials, whereas lab work involves hands-on experimental or analytical activities.
  • Project duration (e.g. from year XY to year YZ).
  • Project status (active/normally active/inactive/planned) – multiple choices. Conditionally active are projects that have formally ended, but some activities are still ongoing (e.g. field observations can still be reported…).

We retain the discretion to exclude a proposed project from our catalogue if it fails to align with the wider standards of citizen science. Should this occur, we will notify you. Additionally, we may modify specific details of the project (such as the scientific field, geographical area, mode of operation, project status, target audience, etc.) to better suit the project’s content. In such instances, we will seek your input on these proposed adjustments.

At the same time, we invite you to join the Citizen Science Network as a partner. Read more about who the partners are and what their role is at special page.

How to add a project in EU-CITIZEN.SCIENCE


EU-Citizen.Science is an online European platform dedicated to the dissemination of citizen science knowledge, tools, training, and resources, created and utilized by the community itself.

This platform aims to be a central hub of knowledge, promoting engagement in citizen science and capitalizing on the expanding role of citizen involvement in a wide array of scientific research areas. It achieves this by fostering the sharing of knowledge, skills, and experiences among everyone involved or interested in citizen science.

Supported by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 program, under the Science with and for Society (SwafS) initiative, EU-Citizen.Science has a lofty goal. It strives to become a benchmark for citizen science, facilitating the exchange of knowledge across networks for a variety of stakeholders including citizen science participants, professionals, researchers, policymakers, and the broader European community.

If you want that we add your project that is already in CS.SI platform, in EU-CITIZEN.SCIENCE, we kindly ask you, that you contact us through mail, and to send us a word document with the data, in which you will then insert the missing data in English as below. We need the following information:



  • Objective of the project
  • Description of aspects of citizen science
  • Keywords


  • Equipment


  • Geographical area
  • Project location


  • Contact point for the public
  • Contact point email
  • Leading Organization/Coordinator
  • Other organisations


  • Funding body
  • Funding programme


  • Photo for profile picture
  • Project logo
  • Profile header photo
Decorative photo; Abstract Game of Skill, Ekaterina Bolovtsova from Pexels

Contact information CTK

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Phone: 01 2003 416 (Til Mlakar)

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