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Thursday 19

RRI Tools & LIV_IN have joined forces to improve and expand contents of the RRI Toolkit

Posted by Eva Zuazua Schücker - RRI Tools on 19 Mar 2020

The LIVING INNOVATION project brings together 14 partners from all over Europe, including major industry leaders, civil society and research organizations to co-develop more responsible, inclusive and sustainable approaches to innovation in the ICT sector. The project is building capacity and instruments to support the integration of responsible innovation in industrial contexts. The ultimate goal is to shift attitudes towards responsible innovation from risk to opportunity, across sectors and target groups.

LIV_IN is organizing co-creation workshops with lead users and citizens, who are jointly working on solutions that meet user needs and leverage collective creativity to tackle societal challenges, in the areas of smart homes and smart health, and that may uncover new business opportunities. The project has also created a virtual community platform meant to serve as an interactive space for discussion, knowledge exchange and collaboration, open to experts and practitioners in digitization and responsibility.

RRI Tools and LIV_IN have joined forces to enrich and improve contents of the RRI Toolkit focusing on industry needs, and to give higher visibility to LIV_IN and its activities among the R&I community.

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Sunday 06

The RRI Toolkit is live!

Posted by La Caixa Foundation on 06 Mar 2016

On behalf of the RRI Tools consortium it is a pleasure to welcome you to the beta version of the RRI Toolkit. After two years of work and the effort of many, you will find in it resources for the reflection, application, training and dissemination of Responsible Research and Innovation and its key issues.

RRI Tools has developed a Toolkit that
    1) introduces a holistic framework for RRI
    2) gathers more than 350 resources (tools, best practices,   articles…) useful for applying RR
    3) will contain specific guidelines on how to implement RRI in   diverse contexts and
    4) is a sustainable effort that will allow the community to   contribute with their own resources and have fruitful discussions   during the following years.

But for now the RRI Toolkit is only a beta version....

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