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What does Governance of RRI mean?

Collective responisibilty

for the impact of R&I

Participatory governance

to cope with new and

unexpected challenges

Transparent and reflective


Accountability and responsiveness

towards society

Anticipation of

unintended consequences

from R&I

Policy Makers

Both the level of ambition and the agenda for

research funding and practice are largely set

by policy makers

Research Community

Mainstreaming RRI enables researchers to

contribute responsibly to developing smart,

inclusive and sustainable societies

Education Community

The inventors of the future need the proper

mindset, skills and competences to actively

contribute to responsible products and practices

Why is it


according to

your R&I


Business & Industry

RRI pursues an extended version of Corporate

Social Responsibility

Civil Society Organisations

Be a part of RRI governance: foster participatory

processes and help build a wider science


Training resource
How to put Governance into practice

How to create structures

for implementing RRI

How to initiate RRI

at a national level 

How to incorporate

future-oriented governance

How to incorporate the RRI

principles in a funding call

How to foster

multistakeholder engagement

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