On the 30 and 31st of January the IN – Innovation and Project Management Srl organized the From Responsible Research and Innovation to Open Science training session in Udine, Italy.
This was a practical workshop on how to apply RRI within and beyond EU-funded projects and how to engage effectively with different stakeholders and a set of tools was provided for maximizing the outcomes of EU-funded projects, in an RRI perspective, extend the impact and the RRI practices beyond the lifetime of a project, and to engage with different actors.
The workshop targeted all the stakeholders of the ‘quadruple helix’ (researchers, policymakers, entrepreneurs, civil society) as both potential participants of the workshop and groups of engagement.
Resulting from this event, the following presentations have been made available in the FOSTER portal:
Introduction to the RRI perspective: what it is about and how it emerged within the EU research policy
Including RRI dimensions and issues within and beyond EU-funded projects: reflexive workshop
Open Science for responsible quantification
A Roadmap for the RRI uptake in the industrial context: a tool for strategy setting and RRI impact evaluation
This event received a grant from the FIT4RRI project within its call for training events on Responsible Research and Innovation and Open Science.