Application of RRI and Open Science in Public Service: bridging the gap between society and policy and decision makers

Organizers: Gonçalo Praça - Ciência Viva, Marília Cunha and Olga Glumac - Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação - SPI
Duration: 2 hrs

The workshop will aim to provide tools on how to better approach, engage and integrate society in solving local challenges using design and co-creation methodologies (closely linked to open science for whose solution is important to practice RRI and Open Science). Taking this into account, the workshop will be particularly relevant for policymakers, and research administrators who work with design and co-creation processes and are responsible for the public engagement at their institutions. It will propose methodologies for tackling local challenges together with its citizens.

Workshop abstract

The session “Application of RRI and Open Science in Public Service: bridging the gap between society and policy and decision makers” will be developed by Ciência Viva and Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI), partners of the H2020 project – SISCODE: Co-design for Society in Innovation and Science. The workshop will aim to provide tools on how to better approach, engage and integrate society in solving local challenges using design and co-creation methodologies (closely linked to open science for whose solution is important to practice RRI and Open Science). Taking this into account, the workshop will be particularly relevant for policymakers, and research administrators who work with design and co-creation processes and are responsible for the public engagement at their institutions. It will propose methodologies for tackling local challenges together with its citizens.
The format of the 3-hour workshop will be quite practical. A brief introduction about design and co-creation processes and methodologies will be given followed by practical group exercises in which the participants will be asked to develop and define steps for the implementation of a strategy on how to engage the public on solving a specific local challenge (provided by Ciência Viva and SPI).
By doing so, the participants will be able to further enhance their knowledge on the promotion, communication, and exchange of co-creation and design learnings and methodologies while working on local challenges.

target audience

The main audience for our workshop will be the policy makers, and research administrators interested in or with roles in managing design and co-creation processes at their institutions. In addition, the workshop is also aimed at those who are responsible for the public engagement at their institutions.

Agenda

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Speakers

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When

18th September, 09:00

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