World Space Week Association (WSWA), the European Centre for Space Economy and Commerce (ECSECO), and the European Centre for Space Law (ECSL) are thrilled to announce the launch of a joint social media campaign. This initiative aims to engage our extensive global networks and provide a forum for you to share your invaluable insights and significant space career experiences.
Under the direction of the WSWA Board of Directors, a theme is chosen each year to provide World Space Week participants with a unifying framework for their events. The theme aims to enhance the global impact of World Space Week. This year’s World Space Week will center on the intriguing and relevant topic of Space Entrepreneurship. The collaboration with ECSECO and ECSL aims to further enhance our reach by leveraging the experience and knowledge of members in space economy, commerce, law, policy, and related fields to motivate the next generation of space entrepreneurs. Our esteemed followers and devoted supporters are cordially invited to join us in celebrating World Space Week 2023, which will be dedicated to the topic of space and entrepreneurship. Keep an eye out for future updates on our joint campaign, which will outline opportunities for your active participation and significant contributions to this remarkable endeavour.
The main objective of the European Centre for Space Economy and Commerce (ECSECO) is to provide a European platform for interdisciplinary discussions and research on space economy and commerce. Interdisciplinarity lies at the heart of ECSECO. Consequently, ECSECO connects 200 individuals from various professional backgrounds, inter alia, economists, businesspeople, engineers, scientists and lawyers from the private sector, public institutions, international organisations and academia. By joining ECSECO you will become a part of a vibrant community which fosters European collaboration towards the further development of the space sector.
The European Centre for Space Law (ECSL) was established in 1989 under the auspices of the European Space Agency (ESA) and with the support of a number of pioneers in this field. Current members of the ECSL include professionals working in a wide range of areas within the space sector, public institutions, international organisations, lawyers, university professors and students. Among other things, one of the main objectives of the Centre is to provide a forum for all those wishing to participate in constructive dialogue related to space law, and to encourage interdisciplinary exchange among members.