New HoRRIzon D 5.1: Diagnosis: RRI in Widening Participation, SWAFS, EIT, JRC, EURATOM and Instruments of H2020

Griessler, Erich, Hönigmayer, Helmut and Bernstein, Michael J. (2018) New HoRRIzon D 5.1: Diagnosis: RRI in Widening Participation, SWAFS, EIT, JRC, EURATOM and Instruments of H2020. [Research Report] 154 p.

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NewHoRRIzon Social Labs build on a tradition of participatory action research to bring together people with common interests in solving complex problems related to technology and society. Inviting people with a range of expertise from all across society, the labs will be creative, engaging spaces for collaborative experimentation. EachSocial Lab hosts three workshops and a series of smaller additional activities and meeting formats. Participants have the opportunity to co-create, prototype and test pilot actions and activities to support RRI. The diagnosis phase is part of the Social Lab process and hastwo intertwined tasks: (1) to identify and recruit Social Lab participants (H2020 stakeholders) and (2) to start to analyse the specifics of the current use and practices of RRI within the respective programme line” (GA Part B: 16 ff.).Deliverable 5.1 presents,summarises and analyses the results of Diagnosis reports about current practices of RRI in the NewHoRRIzon Social Lab cluster “Diversity of Approaches”.

Item Type: Research Report
Keywords: RRI, Public Engagement, Ethics, Gender, Science Education, Open Access, EURATOM, JRC, EIT, WIDENING, SWAFS
Funders: European Commission
Research Units: Techno-Science and Societal Transformation
Status: Published
Date Deposited: 23 May 2019 11:37
Last Modified: 23 May 2019 11:42
URI: https://irihs.ihs.ac.at/id/eprint/5055

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