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Building Self-Sustaining Research and Innovation Ecosystems in Europe through Responsible Research and Innovation

Deliverables

Project website

Project website to be updated during the project life

e-Platform addressing stakeholders

e-Platform addressing stakeholders integrated in the same url of the project website, accessed through user/password, and updated and maintained during the whole project.

Report on SEERRI methodological guidelines for active mapping

This report will present the common procedure and guidelines to be followed to implement a comprehensive mapping exercise of R&I ecosystems and RRI inclusion in regional development policies. Recommendations on active inclusion of stakeholders will also be included within this framework.

Report on R&I ecosystem mapping of the territories from a comparative perspective

The mapping provides a clearly structured visualization of the R&I ecosystem of the three chosen territories and supply the project with visible stakeholders and their collaboration network.

Evaluation Plan

A plan for the measurement and analysis of the societal, democratic, environmental, economic and scientific impacts of the activities undertaken by the project, together with a plan for the evaluation of the framework for self-sustaining responsible research and innovation ecosystems for sustainable development. This document is the outcome of task 6.1

RRI within regional development policies: the case of Catalonia, Lower Austria and Norland

This report will describe how RRI principles have been included in existing territorial and regional development policies in the SeeRRI territories. It will include guidelines and recommendation for the integration of RRI in spatial and urban planning

Publications

The responsible learning organization

Author(s): Jens Ørding Hansen, Are Jensen, Nhien Nguyen
Published in: The Learning Organization, Issue ahead-of-print/ahead-of-print, 2020, ISSN 0969-6474
DOI: 10.1108/tlo-11-2019-0164

Mapping RRI Dimensions and Sustainability into Regional Development Policies and Urban Planning Instruments

Author(s): Alice Panciroli, Angela Santangelo, Simona Tondelli
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 12/14, 2020, Page(s) 5675, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su12145675

Articulating shared agendas for sustainability and social change A contribution from the territory to the EU debate on transitions to sustainability

Author(s): Tatiana Fernández and Montserrat Romagosa (Directorate-General for Economic Promotion, Competition and Regulation), with support from Xavier Ariño, Dani Bernard, Teresa Botargues, Verónica Kuchinow, Elisabetta Marinelli and Dimitrios Pontikakis
Published in: “RIS3CAT Monitoring” Collection, Issue Number 8, January 2020, 2020