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A new webpage (in Italian) on TRANSFORM is online on the Lombardy Region’s “Open Innovation” portal, the platform devoted to inform and connect local research and innovation quadruple-helix actors.

In Lombardy, the goal of TRANSFORM is to support the regional government in identifying research and innovation citizens’ needs from the voice of the inhabitants. In fact, citizens’ priorities will be emerged from a participatory and deliberative process led by Giannino Bassetti Foundation with the support of Lombardy Region and Finlombarda.

The results of the process will be integrated in the definition of regional research and innovation strategies and, more specifically, in the preparation of the Three Years Strategic Plan for Research, Innovation and Technology Transfer (PST) 2021-2023, the document that defines the regional priorities in these areas for the next three years.

The new Open Innovation webpage will accompany the whole participatory and deliberative process carried out in Lombardy in the framework of TRANSFORM, so as to guarantee information transparency by providing citizens and interested stakeholders with an overview of the project and regular updates on the public engagement path.

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Research and innovation (R&I) play a crucial role in addressing global challenges. To build a more just, inclusive and responsible future, the needs, expectations and values of citizens should be taken into account from an early stage on. Citizen participation has received increasing attention in recent years at European, national and regional level. 

Although not widespread in Italy, the Lombardy Region is one of the pioneers of citizen participation in regional R&I decision-making, including the pilot actions within the TRANSFORM project. TRANSFORM’s Lombardy regional cluster has already finalized the embedding of RRI in the objectives of S3 so that citizen engagement will be  widely applied in the implementation of S3 throughout its duration. A participatory research agenda setting is being tested on the ground to identify and incorporate the needs of Lombardy citizens into the regional Three Years’ Strategic Plan for Research, Innovation, and Technology Transfer (PST).

Read the full article ‘Give citizens a seat at the table’,  co-authored by the TRANSFORM Project Coordinator, Angela Simone (Fondazione Giannino Bassetti) on citizen engagement and social innovation and their potential to shape the future of R&I in Italy.

The article was recently published in Nature Italy, the regional digital magazine, published by Springer Nature, reporting on scientific research and issues of science policy in Italy.

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3 – 7 May 2021

Co-creating human-centered policies – for a better Europe

The pandemic has amplified already pressing economic, social, and environmental problems, challenging institutions and policymakers to find innovative solutions together with citizens. Join the SISCODE Final Conference and explore how to co-create and design the future through responsible, inclusive and innovative methods and get the chance to co-design a manifesto for future policymaking.

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Developing a culture of co-creation with citizens
The power of empathy – design for policy
Letting go of power. How do we make sure EVERYONE is involved in the co-creation process?
Co-creation ecosystems: Enabling collaboration for sustainable cities
Co-creating a manifest for future policymaking


EU flag This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 872687. This website reflects only the author’s view and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.
Project Coordinator: Angela Simone Fondazione Giannino Bassetti angela.simone@fondazionebassetti.org
 
contact: info@transfrom-project.eu