Tool Guideline

Map of approaches, policies and tools for Territorial RRI

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TeRRItoria project - November 2019

Lead Authors: Giovanni Caiati, Daniele Mezzana (K&I) / Contributors: Alfonso Alfonsi, Maresa Berliri, Fabio Feudo, Paolo Signore (K&I)

The Map is based on two inventories, respectively on bottom-up governance innovation practices and RRI governance innovation practices.

The Map has been drafted to give a contribution in the ongoing debate on Territorial RRI and on the role of Research and Innovation (R&I) in the “Territory-making” processes. The map begins by highlighting the core issues related to RRI: transformations of society; the “de-territorialisation” process (the loss of control over a territory and weakening of ties between a community and its territory); “territory-making” practices aimed at dealing with de-territorialisation and activating re-territorialisation (i.e. the development of new and meaningful relations among actors and between them and their territory); the territorial dynamics of the European landscape; and the possible role of “territorial RRI”, which may provide a general framework for R&I to produce knowledge supporting territory-making processes.

The Map has been developed adopting a “navigational” interpretation of mapping: it does not intend to report exhaustively all the possible measures useful for implementing a Territorial RRI program; rather, it aims at providing orientations, benchmarks and tools that can support the partners of TeRRItoria involved in the Transformative Experiments to explore and fully harness from such an approach.

Some practical reference tools (guides, toolkits, regulations, books, articles, etc.) for the design and development of the five transformative experiments are also presented.

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INDEX

CHAPTER ONE - INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER TWO - KEY ASSUMPTIONS, CONCEPTS AND METHODS 

1. What’s at stake with Territorial RRI

  • 1.1. The profound transformations affecting society 
  • 1.2. The de-territorialisation process 
  • 1.3. Territory-making practices 
  • 1.4. Territorial dynamics in European highly conflicting cultural and political landscape 
  • 1.5. The role of Territorial RRI 

2. Territory-making: a conceptual framework

  • 2.1. Territory-making in the Map 
  • 2.2. Territory-making definition 
  • 2.3. Two components of territory-making

3. Territorial RRI: a preliminary conceptual framework 

  • 3.1. A strategy for defining Territorial RRI 
  • 3.2. Territorial RRI refers to territory-making
  • 3.3. Territorial RRI builds on Institutional RRI
  • 3.4. The notion of Response-ability.

4. The Mapping process 

  • 4.1. The map as a navigational tool 
  • 4.2. Data gathering 
  • 4.3. Data processing 
  • 4.4. Data organisation 

CHAPTER THREE - SOME FEATURES OF THE TERRITORY-MAKING

1. The territory-making 

2. Territorial awareness

  • 2.1. Risks and issues at stakes 
  • 2.2. Symbols and visions
  • 2.3. New public interpretation 

3. Territorial mobilisation

  • 3.1. Identification of social actors and resources 
  • 3.2. Recognition of the actors’ commitment
  • 3.3. Design and implementation of a territorial “project”

4. Territorial change for governance 

  • 4.1. Continuous involvement of territorial actors 
  • 4.2. Recognizable reconfiguration of relationships between actors
  • 4.3. Redefinition of the identity structures of the actors 

CHAPTER FOUR - THE TERRITORIAL POLICIES 

1. The directional nature of change 

2. Territorial orientations

  • 2.1. Re-rooting economic and social activities 
  • 2.2. Re-shaping territorial infrastructure
  • 2.3. Establishing a new local regulatory framework 
  • 2.4. Empowering territorial actors 
  • 2.5. Strengthening local decision making 
  • 2.6. Territorial risk management

3. The governance frameworks

  • 3.1. Establishment of a participatory agenda-setting system
  • 3.2. Establishment of a community-based support structure 
  • 3.3. Development of a territorial exchange system
  • 3.4. Development of a community-led participative project
  • 3.5. Establishment of a knowledge co-creation platform
  • 3.6. Development of a collaborative framework between local authorities and civil society 

4. A matrix for the territorial policies

5. Some policy tips

CHAPTER FIVE - THINKING TERRITORIAL RRI.

  • 1. Interpreting Territorial RRI 
  • 2. Putting Territorial RRI into practice (possible approaches) 
  • 3. Ideas for designing Territorial RRI experiments or pilot projects (how to use this map)

CHAPTER SIX - TOOLS

  • ANNEXE 1 - LIST OF THE 30 SELECTED BOTTOM-UP GOVERNANCE INNOVATION PRACTICES 
  • ANNEXE 2 - LIST OF THE 43 SELECTED RRI GOVERNANCE INNOVATION PRACTICES 
  • ANNEX 3 - REFERENCES 

 

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