FoTRRIS Objectives & Expected Results
Conceptual framework for co-RRI
FoTRRIS’ understanding of RRI has some specificities compared to RRI’s mainstream definitions. That is why we will develop a conceptual framework to explain what we propose by co-RRI.
Specific tools will be designed to foster collaboration between researchers, businesses, citizens and policy-makers. An open web-based platform will coordinate co-RRI networks in Europe.
Transition arenas and competence cells supporting the transition towards RRI systems will be established in 5 countries, with the aim to co-solve challenges in resource scarcity.
Concrete policy recommendations and guidelines for RRI will be developed, resulting from the transition experiments and the inputs gathered throughout the project.
D1.2 Conceptual Framework
D5.1 Project website – available upon request
D5.3 Communication and Dissemination Plan – available upon request
D6.2 Quality Assurance Plan – available upon request
7 partners from 6 countries
FoTRRIS is coordinated by VITO. The consortium comprises two research centres, two universities, two SMEs and one European network platform.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation programme under Grant Agreement no. 665906.
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