Tools and Resources
Materials for uptake
THE CO-RRI PLATFORM
In order to create a stronger online co-RRI community, UCM-GRASIA has developed the co-RRI online web platform. This is a collaborative tool that supports the co-creation process underlying a co-RRI project.
The FoTRRIS approach to Co-RRI includes a specific methodological framework, which combines a systemic approach to ‘sustainable goals’ with a co-creative process including various groups of societal actors.
HOW TO CO-CREATE RRI PROJECTS
Would you like to know how to set up and manage a transition experiment and learn how to co-create RRI projects for tackling a glocal issue?
If yes, then, this booklet will guide you through the 5-step method. Think of it as recipes for cooking a 5-course meal: this cookbook is your source of inspiration and gives you the basic ingredients and procedures for every course, but local variation and inspiration are crucial for the success of your meal.
HOW TO SET UP A COMPETENCE CELL
What is a competence cell? How can you set one up?
The FoTRRIS project aims at fostering a transition towards RRI Systems. To foster this transition, we propose to set-up competence cells. A competence cell is an organisational unit, either new, or part of an existing organisation, which ultimate mission is to foster this transition. Ideally, they are at the junction of science, policy, the business sector and civil society, and form a network. However, if they share the same mission, they can differ in their actions and characteristics, for there are many ways to achieve this mission.