Edition 158 - June 2014

Call for proposals: H2020-GARRI-2014-1 – Call for developing governance for the advancement of responsible research and innovation

Current research and innovation system do not routinely take into account RRI requirements. Systemic barriers to the uptake of RRI approaches include lack of recognition in the career system of academic research for RRI/trans-disciplinary approaches, in evaluation criteria and by scientific journals, a lack of market incentives to internalise external costs of innovation (environmental, social, etc.) an insufficient training of researchers, institutional barriers, etc. It is key to develop concrete policy actions to overcome these barriers and to foster systemic change, e.g. towards better societal engagement in knowledge-production and innovation.

The action addresses systemic barriers to the implementation of Responsible Research and Innovation in research and innovation practices. The proposals shall aim to set the ground for concrete progress in relation to one of the various barriers (e.g. develop roadmaps, policy agendas, networks, coordination etc. during the lifetime of the project), identifying ways for better professional recognition and uptake of RRI approaches.

The call has 4 topics:

GARRI-1-2014: Fostering RRI uptake in current research and innovations systems

GARRI-3-2014: Scientific Information in the Digital Age: Text and Data Mining (TDM)

GARRI-5-2014: Ethics in Research: Promoting Integrity

GARRI-6-2014: Reducing the risk of exporting non ethical practices to third countries

Total call budget: EUR 8.3 million

Deadline: 2 October 2014

 

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