Responsible Research and Innovation
Networked Globally (RRING)

RRING AIM

BRING RESPONSIBILITY TO THE WORLD

Bring Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) into the linked up global world to promote mutual learning and collaboration in RRI.

CREATE A GLOBAL COMMUNITY

Formation of the global RRING community network and the development and mobilisation of a global Open Access Responsible Research & Innovation knowledge base.

ALIGN RESEARCH AND INNOVATION WITH SDGs

Align Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a global common denominator.

Who We Are

We are a coalition that has activism at its core. We seek to make research and innovation systems everywhere more responsible, inclusive, efficient and responsive as an integral part of society and economy.

We started as a coalition of organizations and individuals with a grand vision supported by EU-funding in 2018 to carry out a research programme, and evolved to become an open and welcoming community, spreading and sharing the ideas of responsible research and innovation.

The 2017 global agreement called the Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers set global standards that we promote.

The RRING community will not only support the national assessment and reporting processes that examine these norms and standards but will also enable practice and knowledge exchanges with scientific communities globally, to seek ways to improve, apply and develop specially-designed tools.

RRING Global Community

Learning from best practices in Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)

Although there is a wealth of projects and consortium in this sector, a certain methodology is needed to use the acquired knowledge to drive and achieve great progress. That is why RRING project seeks to connect researchers and research organizations into a strong community or network of professionals for responsible research and innovation (RRI).

A strong network enables better mutual learning and cooperation in responsible research and innovation. We are in the process of creating a global network named the RRING community to develop and foster open access to a global knowledge base on Responsible Research and Innovation.

Thus, RRING in this case will not provide a strategy that should be implemented from top to bottom. Instead, we want to use a bottom-up approach, learning from best practices in Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) globally and from the professionals worldwide.

This powerful network of science professionals makes a new RRING community, established to develop a connected RRI world.

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We promote mutual learning and collaboration in science.
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WHAT ARE OUR GOALS

PROVIDE KNOWLEDGE GLOBALLY

PROVIDE KNOWLEDGE GLOBALLY

With the new RRING community created, all this knowledge can be accessible globally for a better future.

LEARN FROM OUR PARTNERS

LEARN FROM OUR PARTNERS

The RRING project acknowledges that each region of the world is advancing its own agenda on RRI. This is why RRING has a sense, which is to bring all these developments together under a new community.

UNIFY THE BEST OF US

UNIFY THE BEST OF US

Also, increase coherence and convergence in RRI will be achieved via a bottom-up approach, learning from best practices in RRI globally and from linkages, via the new RRING community, to develop the RRI linked-up world.

Stay Informed

How the EU may support and enable universities’ ongoing transformations

“Towards a 2030 Vision on the Future of Universities in Europe” study sets out a stakeholder-driven, strategic Vision 2030 for the future of universities in Europe in research and innovation. […]

Building structure in cross-sectoral collaborations

Institutional structure is crucial to the success of a cross-sectoral collaboration. Building such a structure is an on-going and complex process and not a one-time exercise. The experiences from the […]

How many institutional changes have Horizon2020 RRI projects yet achieved?

Niamh Delaney and Raluca Iagher developed a report on Institutional changes towards responsible research and innovation: Achievements in Horizon 2020 and recommendations on the way forward. This document reports on […]

Mapping RRI dimensions into regional development

The recent study from Panciroli et al. (2020) “Mapping RRI Dimensions and Sustainability into Regional Development Policies and Urban Planning Instruments” was published within the framework of the European Union’s […]

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