Call for action! Horizon Europe needs a specific programme for funding Science, Society and Citizens’ initiatives
The European Commission released its proposal for the Horizon Europe (formerly known as FP9) on 7 June. The current proposal proposes a top-down communication approach where the research and innovation results are delivered and explained to citizens and, contrary to H2020, Horizon Europe does not have a Science for and with Society (SwafS) specific strand. This
On June 26th, the HEIRRI Consortium gathered in Barcelona to celebrate the last meeting of the project, due to conclude at the end of August. The team used this opportunity to share final results of the several tasks of the project, but it was most of all a time for discussion and reflection about what
Visit the new section of the HEIRRI blog – International pilot institutions, reaching out with education!
The HEIRRI resources have been piloted within the HEIRRI consortium to test their implementation in different contexts in the countries of Austria, Denmark, Norway, Croatia and Spain. Moreover, in order to have a more diverse range of people using and experiencing the resources, HEIRRI has also organised 20 pilot experiences with non-HEIRRI universities from around
As part of the training materials, HEIRRI has developed a second video to be used when teaching and learning about Responsible Research and Innovation. This new video fosters discussion and reflections connecting different areas such as organic chemistry,new technologies, gender, innovation in ingredients, culture, nutrition, society and food sustainability. All training materials, which explain the
Highlights of the 2nd HEIRRI Conference in Vienna: Education towards a responsible society, transforming universities through RRI
The second and last HEIRRI Conference celebrated in Vienna on April 27th 2018 has gathered around 150 people from 43 countries under the title “Education towards a responsible society, transforming universities through RRI”. The event has been centred in discussing about RRI teaching and learning, as well as presenting the work done during the almost