Work plan & deliverables: from analysis to a community of practice
RRI Tools will last three years (2014-2016). It has been structured around seven work packages designed to support the production and use of the "RRI Training and Dissemination Toolkit".
Specific Work Packages (WPs):
Definition and compilation of RRI best practices (WP1):
Consensus on a working definition for RRI. Analysis of the state of the art and level of implementation of RRI throughout Europe; compilation and analysis of RRI best practices and standards. Led by Athena Institute (Netherlands).
WP1 deliverablesDeliverable Deliverable date
Mapping of RRI stakeholders (WP2):
Assessment of the needs, constraints, strengths, weaknesses and interrelations of the different RRI stakeholders at a European level. Led by ECSITE (Belgium).
Production of the RRI Toolkit (WP3):
Development of tools to perform advocacy, training, dissemination and implementation of RRI under Horizon 2020; development of an online platform to host the tools and to serve as a basis for the Community of Practice. Led by "la Caixa" Foundation (Spain).
WP3 deliverablesDeliverable Deliverable date
D3.1 - Multimedia 2.0 collaborative platform 12/2014 D3.2 - RRI Toolkit 06/2016
Training and advocacy on the RRI Toolkit (WP4):
Development of a training programme based on the RRI Toolkit; deployment of an RRI advocacy programme focusing particularly on policy makers. Led by University College of London (United Kingdom).
WP4 deliverablesDeliverable Deliverable date
D4.1 - RRI Toolkit training programme 12/2015 D4.2 - RRI Toolkit advocacy programme 12/2015 D4.3 - Report on the implementation of the training and advocacy programmes around Europe 12/2016
Transversal Work Packages:
Monitoring and Evaluation (WP5):
Assessment and feedback on the outcomes of the project (tools, training, advocacy, dissemination) in terms of quality, relevance, effectiveness and impact-orientation; production of criteria and indicators to evaluate RRI aspects. Led by Centre for Social Innovation (Austria).
WP5 deliverablesDeliverable Deliverable date
Outreach to all societal actors and setting-up of a structured regular flow of information on RRI and on the Toolkit through all appropriate channels. Led by EuroScience (France).
WP6 deliverablesDeliverable Deliverable date
Overall project coordination, quality assessment and risk management. Led by "la Caixa" Foundation (Spain).
WP7 deliverablesDeliverable Deliverable date
D7.1 - 1st regular activity report (not public access) 12/2014 D7.2 - Final Report (not public access) 12/2016
RRI Tools has been designed to involve all relevant stakeholders in the process and to create an active community of practice throughout its network of national hubs, with Ciência Viva (Portugal) as the European Hub Coordinator.
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