Organiser: Erich GriesslerSpeakers: Stephanie Daimer, Jack Spaapen, Roger Strand, Michalis TzatzanisModerator: Susanne Meissner-Dragosits Jack Spaapen, Roger Strand: “The Times, Are They a-Changin’?” Spirits rise with new opportunities and funding programmes, and hearts sink as they fade away. For friends of RRI, such as ourselves, there are always tempests in the teapot: post-ELSI manifestos, RRI funerals and the scare of SwafS disappearing, to mention a few. At Read more about Session 9: The future of RRI – Policy and RRI in times of political turbulence[…]
Organised by Susanne Bührer The topic of impact is high on the agenda of national and European research policy. Research funders, as well as research organizations and individual researchers, are increasingly asking themselves what contribution science can or should make to politics, society, culture and the economy. This is often discussed under the heading of the Read more about Session 4: The (transformative) impact of RRI[…]
Keynote: Linden FarrerModerator: Vincent Blok Linden Farrer will cover in his keynote the aims of RRI and how it was implemented in Horizon 2020, including uptake across the different parts of the programme. He will cover the policy challenges that were encountered and the lessons learnt. Finally, he will look towards the operationalisation of RRI as an Read more about Responsible Research and Innovation in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe[…]
Organiser: Erich GriesslerSpeakers: Ellen-Marie Forsberg, Jens Ørding Hansen, Petar Vrgovic, Mila Grahovac, Elisabeth Frankus, Anne Loeber Changing the way how research and innovation is organized and funded and how researchers are trained and incentivized will be critical for the long-term implementation of RRI. But institutions are not easily changed. They are complex, inert and tend to hold on to habituated routines which proved sufficiently successful Read more about Session 10: RRI and institutional change[…]
A working group, established as Social Lab 16 under the NewHoRRIzon project, has collected eight examples of projects across EIT Food, RawMaterials, and Climate KIC that address one or more dimensions of RRI. The aim is to inspire new projects to reflect on their social responsibility and to address those dimensions.
Speakers: Bjørn Bedsted, Blanca Guasch, Jill Jäger, Jonas Krebs, Cristina Luís, Anna Olsson, Ines VaittinenOrganisers: Joshua Cohen, Anne Loeber, Malene Vinther Christensen, Ulrike Wunderle The urgency and relevance of engaging citizens in research and innovation is widely acknowledged. In EC R&I funding policies and in many universities’ ethical guidelines there is a call for public Read more about Session 2: Engaging stakeholders in research practice: the how & why of co-creation[…]
The 19 Social labs are the core of the NewHoRRIzon project. Their goal is to provide a socially based and experimental approach for addressing complex societal challenges related to RRI. Meet our Social Lab representatives in our short video and find out more about their pilot actions : Part 1: Part 2:
Speakers: Peter Biegelbauer, Eileen Focke-Bakker, Katharina Handler, Margit Hofer, Raj Kumar Thapa, Ilse Marschalek, Agnes Szalkai-Lőrincz In the framework of the EC funded project NewHoRRIzon 19 Social Labs have been established all over Europe to address the diverse topics of the Horizon 2020 Working Programme. A Social Lab is not only a method, but rather a paradigm which is social, experimental and systemic Read more about Session 1: The Social Lab Approach – Experiences from First Hand[…]
Today, we’re proud to present to you the RRI Tips & Tricks cards: ready for you to download, print and play! Due to the current times we’ve also designed the cards on a virtual collaboration board, so that the cards can be used virtually as well.
In this session, we identify conceptual and practical connections between Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and sustainability transitions. Our guiding question is what the research communities and the communities of practice representing and developing those themes can learn from each other.