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.
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:
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.
Our virtual final conference will inform attendees about the achievements and lessons learned in the H2020 project NewHoRRIzon. The programme includes focused breakout sessions to deep dive into specific RRI contexts, keynote lectures and presentations to reflect on the current status and future of RRI heading into Horizon Europe, and plenty of networking opportunities to strengthen our European Read more about NewHoRRIzon Final Conference[…]
As a part of the European Scientific Open Forum 2020, the RRING network, the NewHoRRIzon and the ORION project hosted an interactive online roundtable on “Joining forces for a global network of responsible research and innovation in the 21st century”. The round table was chaired by Dr. Gordon Dalton RRING project coordinator, and the initial Read more about Joining forces for a global 21st century Responsible Research and Innovation Network[…]
Welcome to our course on Responsible Research and Innovation! It is a Public course which is open for everybody. The course is spread over three weeks with a 3-4 hours training per week and is organised around four modules.
Are you familiar with the concept of Responsible Research & Innovation? If your answer is yes, please join us for a special online workshop for the final selection of the Tips & Tricks Cards for the Responsible Research & Innovation.
Cross-Sectional workshops are one of the elements of the learning cycle of the Social Labs set up in the course of the NewHoRRIzon project. Due to the current pandemic crisis, the project organiser team arranged the 2nd Cross-Sectional workshop virtually. The meeting mainly consisted of different live sessions, fostering as much as possible interactivity, and Read more about 2nd NewHoRRIzon Cross-Sectional Workshop: Reflect, inspire and find a way forward[…]
The NewHoRRIzon project published its fourth policy brief in November 2020, authored by Stefan de Jong, Wouter van de Klippe, Tung Tung Chan, André Brasil and Ingeborg Meijer.
This pilot action addresses younger children at the age of kindergarten and primary education as well as teenagers. The second workshop of the social lab 15 took place at the premises of one of the pilot hosts, the Trnovo kindergarten in Ljubljana.