Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI): Marina project roundtable in Brussels

2018-02-06 All day

Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)

Marina project roundtable

Brussels

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Within the MARINA project, we have conducted a desk research on the integration of RRI principles in past and on-going EU-funded projects. Our goal aimed to identify and analyse lessons learned and evaluate how RRI was handled in those projects and to provide recommendations for future initiatives together with MARINA’s own lessons learned from 34 European mobilisation and mutual learning workshops about embedding RRI in marine issues.
In order to put these results into perspective, we have organised a roundtable to exchange with European project partners to collect their respective views on the embedding of RRI in EU-funded projects.

This roundtable will take place at PARK INN Hotel, Place Marcel Broodthaers, 3 1060 Brussels on February 6th.
It is organized the afternoon, and a lunch is offered beforehand:

12:00 Welcome and explanation of the day
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 16:30 Roundtable
16:30 – 17:00  Wrap-up discussion

 

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