Tag: RRI

9
Nov

FoTRRIS presented at Summer School “Towards Responsible Research and Innovation”

Juan Pavón, from UCM, presented the FoTRRIS project at the Summer School “Towards Responsible Research and Innovation”, which was held at the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) in Barcelona on 13 September 13 2017. This event was organised by Mar Carrió from UPF in the context of the European project HEIRRI (Higher Education Institutions and

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2
Oct

FoTRRIS participates in the SIS-RRI conference

FoTRRIS participates in the SIS-RRI: Science, Innovation and Society: achieving Responsible Research and Innovation conference UCM and CESIE presented a common article “Developing RRI practices: the role of ICT in Stakeholders’ Knowledge Exchange and Co-Creation Processes” at the SIS-RRI Conference which was held in Rome on 25-26 September 2017. “The conference’s overall aim is to establish, organise and activate a Responsible

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8
Sep

FoTRRIS  Back Casting Exercise

Today big societal challenges are at the forefront of the political agenda. The SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) embody the political commitment to work towards a more just and sustainable world. In terms of R&I policy, the focus on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) is an invitation to the R&I community to address these societal needs in a participatory, open and

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16
May

Feedback of the Hungarian Transition Experiment

As part of FoTRRIS, ESSRG explored the possibilities for local economic development at the Wekerle district of Budapest, Hungary. Wekerle Local Economic Development Strategy Through this 3-months long process, our aim has been to create a common vision for a local economic development strategy by bringing together the civil, business, and public sector. More specifically, we’ve had to engage local economic

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15
May

FoTRRIS participates in Right to the Future event

The FoTRRIS – Foster Transition towards Responsible Research and Innovation Systems (Horizon 2020 programme) – project objective is to offer efficient and effective methods for researchers, citizens, businesses and policy-makers to solve ‘glocal’ challenges in a co-RRI way. The methodology of the project relies on the design of transition arenas associated with a support of a competence cell. Transition arenas are

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24
Aug

Can RRI do the trick?

PRESS RELEASE The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) was hosted this year by Manchester (UK), from 24 to 27 July 2016. One of the five main topics was RRI[1]. This press release presents a rapid overview of ESOF and more specifically the outcomes of one session which featured six EU-funded RRI projects. ProGRreSS (PROmoting Global REsponsible research and Social and Scientific Innovation), Responsibility (Global

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18
Apr

FoTRRIS at RRI Conference: RRI the problematic Quest for “Right” impacts

Marian Deblonde, FoTRRIS Project Coordinator, was invited on behalf of Dave Guston (Arizona State University), Andoni Ibarra (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU) and Andoni Eizagirre (Mondragon University) to the conference Responsible Research and Innovation – RRI the Problematic Quest for “Right” Impacts, held in Donostia, San Sebastian (Basque Country – Spain) from 10-11 March 2016. This event was co-organised by the Sánchez-Mazas Chair (UPV/EHU)

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19
Feb

Austrian FoTRRIS partners attend RRI workshop in Vienna

On 12 February 2016 the Austrian partners of the FoTRRIS team attended a workshop in Vienna, organised by Joanneum Research, a founding member of the Austrian RRI-platform. Andoni Ibarra from the University of the Basque Country (Spain) gave a keynote on indicators and their implementation, referring to the REQUANET assessment and management model for networks. The talk was followed by two presentations

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19
Feb

FoTRRIS Coordinator, Marian Deblonde, presents project in video

3
Feb

FoTRRIS attends “Shaping the RRI Toolkit – Experts Meeting” on 19-20 Nov 2015

The RRI Tools project is building a set of practical resources to disseminate, advocate, train, and implement Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in Europe. These resources are integrated in a ‘Toolkit’. At this meeting, a diversity of ‘RRI-experts’ were invited to test the RRI-toolkit in development (http://www.rri-tools.eu/toolkit). More information here on the event >