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Research & Innovation
with and for society

Responsible research and innovation (RRI) requires researchers, citizens, policymakers, businesses and third sector organisations to work closely together. It involves the aligning of research and innovation with societal values, needs and expectations.

TRANSFORM is putting RRI principles into practice through new forms of local participatory decision-making within their Smart Specialisation Strategies (S3). Three regional clusters will invite citizens, local communities and stakeholders to participate in the research and innovation activities, reflecting their views, needs and aspirations.


Inspiring other regions to embark on a journey towards more open, inclusive and transparent territorial development.




Regional

Clusters



Citizen

Engagement



Strategic

Roadmaps



Policy

Recommendations




Shared

Learning



Monitoring

& Evaluation





Participatory research agenda setting

Co-designing the next Three Years’ Strategic Plan for research, innovation and technology transfer together with citizens and local stakeholders




Design thinking for social innovation

Engaging citizens and awarding three cascade grants to social innovators to tackle the challenges in the field of Circular Economy




Citizen science

Incorporating citizen dimension and co-creation sessions in the innovation projects funded under RIS3CAT becoming TRANSFORM pilots.





Community forum

Mutual learning with the Musem of Science in Boston, a co-created deliberative forum opening a dialogue between the community and civic leaders on scientific topics


Our partners

partnering for a better projet

The project brings together 13 organisations including regional government, civil society organisations, non-governmental organisations, universities and private companies.

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EU flag This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 872687.
Project Coordinator: Angela Simone Fondazione Giannino Bassetti angela.simone@fondazionebassetti.org
 
contact: info@transfrom-project.eu