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Fostering a Transition towards Responsible Research and Innovation Systems

Deliverables

Validation report

Analysis of the co-RRI-experiment including inputs from the outreach workshops, final version in M24

Financing, rewarding and compensation strategy

Report describing the financing, rewarding and compensation strategy for co-RRI-projects and stakeholders. A first version will be ready in M11, a finial version in M25.

Future of RRI

Report of the back-casting exercise.

Materials for fostering uptake of co-RRI

In order to ensure the creation of other knowledge arenas and the use of the co-RRI web-based platform, guidelines and training materials will be developed.

Policy recommendations for co-RRI

One policy document will be developed embracing the whole project cycle and will include recommendations related to all phases. These recommendations will be destined to local stakeholders of the whole co-RRI value chain and describe how to best comply with the European objectives and how to best align the local actions to the global goals. Both the academia, the private sector, the public administration stakeholders and the citizens will find useful strategic guidelines that should be adapted to their local needs.

Data Management Plan

A first version of the Data Management Plan will be ready in M6. Adaptations will follow in M12, M18, M24.

Co-RRI-Project-concepts

Concepts for five co-RRI-projects: report consisting of five parts, one for each concept. Each part describes the local/regional problem definition of the glocal challenge, the systemic analysis of causes of and reasons for the challenges, the projected potential solution, the co-RRI project concept.

Review of and perspectives on RRI

Synthesis report of research and innovation systems (practice, barriers) and potential levers within 5 partner countries. This report integrates the results of tasks 1.1, and 1.2

Scientifc articles

Several scientific articles will be (co-)produced ( M28)

Communication and Dissemination Plan

See the description of task 5.3

Quality Assurance Plan

Setting up and implementing the quality assurance plan.

Conceptual framework for co-RRI

Based on the results of T1.1 and T1.2, a gender equal and inclusive concept (European Commission 2013b) for co-RRI will be elaborated that will be the framework for the design of the transition experiments in WP2.

Design and mandate of the competence cells

Report describing the design and mandate of FoTRRIS’s knowledge arenas. A first version will be ready in M11 and a final version in M26.

Design and specs of the co-RRI web based platform

Report describing the design and specs of the Co-RRI web based platform

Activity models

Report describing the business model for co-RRI-knowledge arenas. A first version will be ready in M11, a final version in M25.

Evaluation report

Analysis of the experiences reported by co-RRI-knowledge arena and arena participants.

Press and media products

Various press and media products, videos, e-newsletters or project blog will be made during the project (M3, M6, M9, M12, M15, M18, M21, M24)

Project website

A project website will be developed that is accessible for the wider public, except a specific directory that will be only accessible to the project partners.

Co-RRI web based platform

A first version of the co-RRI web based platform will be made in M10 and, based on the results of WP3, adjusted to make a final version in M27

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Publications

EU Politics for sustainability: systemic lock-ins and opportunities

Author(s): Anne Snick
Published in: EUROPEAN UNION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS, 2017

Responsible Research and Innovation Actions in Science Education, Gender and Ethics

Author(s): Fernando Ferri, Ned Dwyer, Saša Raicevich, Patrizia Grifoni, Husne Altiok, Hans Thor Andersen, Yiannis Laouris, Cecilia Silvestri
Published in: SpringerBriefs in Research and Innovation Governance, 2018, Page(s) 21-27
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-73207-7

Soziale Geschlechtergerechtigkeit in Wissenschaft und Forschung

Author(s): Jennifer Dahmen, Anita Thaler
Published in: 2017
DOI: 10.3224/978384742064

The role of local communities in the co-creation of innovations for inclusive and sustainable territorial development: The Madonie case.

Author(s): Jelena Mazaj, Silvana Di Bono, Arabella Mocciaro Li Destri
Published in: “Business and Management” is peer-reviewed conference proceedings published by Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Issue will be available after publication (in 2018), 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1414305

Development of Simulations for Ambient Assisted Living through Pattern Repositories

Author(s): Rubén Fuentes-Fernández, Jorge Gomez Sanz
Published in: Proceedings of the 2017 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, 2017, Page(s) 299-305
DOI: 10.15439/2017F272

Responsible research and innovation and the challenge of co-creation.

Author(s): Zoltán Bajmócy and György Pataki
Published in: Yearbook 2018 of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society., 2019

A Rocky Road to co-RRI: Barriers for Collective Efforts to Pursue RRI

Author(s): Zoltán Bajmocy, Sandra Karner, Marian Deblonde, Balint Balasz, Zoltán Elekes, Judit Gebert, and others
Published in: Book of Abstracts 15th Annual STS Conference Graz 2016 Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies (9-10 May 2016), 2016, Page(s) 62
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1414369

Care-Politics of RRI.

Author(s): Anita Thaler
Published in: 2017
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1414300

Possible economic models for RRI practices

Author(s): Eve Dallamaggiore
Published in: Book of Abstracts 15th Annual STS Conference Graz 2016 Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies (9-10 May 2016), 2017
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1414334

Responsible research and innovation applied to human rights and higher education.

Author(s): Tamara Bueno Doral, Liisa Hänninen, and Noelia García Castillo
Published in: 2016
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1414317

Responsible action research. Co-defining solutions to forced migration and communication flows

Author(s): Noelia García Castillo, Tamara Bueno Doral, Liisa Hänninen, and Tulay Atay Avsar
Published in: 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1413954