SeeRRI Final Conference | Bringing RRI into Regional Planning
Barcelona / Casa Convalescència, September 29-30.
Register via https://conference.seerri.eu/
The Conference brings together policymakers, regional stakeholders, researchers, members of SeeRRI and related projects, EU officials, citizens interested in the future of Europe, and inspiring guest speakers for two days of knowledge-sharing and lively debates about the future of responsible regional planning and responsible research and innovation (RRI) in Europe and beyond.
The conference is free for anyone who is interested to attend.
Responsibility, Sustainability & Cooperation for recovery and growth
Online, 7-9 September 2021.
The Interreg Europe project Marie will organise a series of short sessions and video drops to learn and share ideas about Responsibility, Sustainability, and Interregional Cooperation for recovery and growth.
- On Day 1 (7th Sept), the project will look at Responsible and Sustainable Strategies and there will be an opportunity to get to know each attendee.
- On Day 2 (8th Sept), the focus turns to Responsibility in practice, looking at how funding schemes could encourage responsible innovation.
- On Day 3 (9th Sept), Marie will examine a Responsible future and how to work together for recovery and growth.
ORION Open Science Final Conference
Online, 27 – 28 of September 2021.
At the heart of the ORION Open Science EU-project is the ambition to open the way we fund, organise and conduct life science research. During the project’s lifetime, the partners have developed and tested a wide range of engagement methods, funding schemes, training materials, and co-creation activities to engage the public in science. Now it is time to open and share with you our achievements, tools, and lessons learned.
The final conference will have relevant speakers and representatives from leading national and European organisations like Marta Agostinho of EU-Life, Rachel Bruce of UKRI, Kostas Glinos of European Commission, Peter Rugg-Gunn of Babraham Institute, Ignasi López Verdeguer of “la Caixa” Foundation, and Ana Peršić of UNESCO.
The conference will consist of two parts, where there will be three hours for each part and held on consecutive days online via Zoom:
- Co-creation, engagement, and dialogue – Sharing experiences: Get practical hands-on tips and tricks to engage the public in science and how to embed Open Science practices in your organization. The session will highlight tools; citizen science activities, co-creation methodologies, funding frameworks, action plans, and training materials developed and tested during the ORION Open Science project.
- Embedding Open Science practices at institutional, national, and European levels: Join policymakers and other stakeholders from across Europe to discuss ways to embed Open Science practices at the national, European, and institutional levels. The session will also focus on the future implementation of Open Science in a European context with input from policy representatives from the European Commission and other EU projects.