Rring Project – Creating A Global Network
THE RRI Global Network gathered at MaREI for the kick-off meeting of the RRING Project. The project which is in partnership with an impressive list includes the likes of the Institute for Social Sciences in the 21st Century (ISS21) University College Cork, UNESCO, Wageningen University & Research, Fraunhofer and Earth System Governance – Future Earth to name but a few, aims to bring Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) into the linked up global world to promote mutual learning and collaboration in RRI.
You can see the full list of partners here
#RRIGlobalNetwork kick-off meeting at #MaREI @UCC in partnership with @ISS21UCC The @RRING_PROJECT aim is to bring Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) into the linked up global world to promote mutual learning and collaboration in RRI. Find out more: https://t.co/xHxD6QMpzW pic.twitter.com/Z70i5x8T83
— MaREI (@MaREIcentre) May 3, 2018
There has almost been two decades of European initiatives to promote and progress Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in academia, research and research performing organisations (RPO). As there has been a wealth of RRI projects and consortium, it has become increasingly obvious that some methodology is required to capture all the knowledge and use it to drive and consolidate the great progress made.
RRING will align RRI to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a global common denominator.
A good start of the new #H2020 @RRING_PROJECT in "sunny" Cork yesterday. Representing @ESG_Project & @LUCSUS_LU and will work with @UNESCO on linking #RRI to #SDGs & to @FutureEarth https://t.co/X4Q1iKYsrC
— Ruben Zondervan (@RZondervan) May 4, 2018
The six Pillars of RRI are Ethics, GE, Open Access/Data, Science education, Public Engagement and Governance and the disciplines specifically mentioned in the call were Digital, Single Market, the Energy Union, Bio-Economy and Waste Management.
— ICORSA (@ICoRSA_News) May 3, 2018
The coordination of the RRING project will be hosted in MaREI through Senior research fellow, Gordon Dalton
— Chris Foulds (@DrChrisFoulds) May 3, 2018