Welcome to the toolkit for Responsible Research for Policymaking: R you Ready?

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Course details

How to make our research more socially robust and closer to societal actual needs?
How to reflect on our research for policy the needs, expectations, values and ideas of citizens concerned?
How to work in transdisciplinary ways?  
This toolkit may help with practical processes and tools to carry out research for policy in the spirit of ‘responsible research innovation’.  
The toolkit focus is on participatory approaches to engage different actors, including citizens on anticipatory governance and ethics of science and technology.  
The guiding case study is on Connected and Automated Vehicles.
Although relevant for the Joint Research Centre scientific officers, it can also be of relevance to others that are engaged in science for policy.

Target audience

Science for Policy researchers

Learning objectives

  • Understanding Responsible research for policy
  • How to implement participatory processes
  • How to evaluate ethics with citizens How to use citizen engagement outcomes in research and policymaking
  • How to work in practice on transdisciplinary work

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This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.

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Schedule

  1. Welcome to the Toolkit - Responsible research for policymaking
  2. Toolkit - Main document
  3. Toolkit - Interactive part

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