Workshop Recap: Funding applications – How to incorporate RRI, SDG and RSSR into funding applications?
The February 18 (Funding applications – How to incorporate RRI, SDG and RSSR into funding applications?) offered plenty of opportunities for interaction and learning about different perspectives from across the globe.
In this case, the focus was on the requirements of different funding organizations, and included, for example, insights from Japan, Ireland, and Lithuania, among others. The workshop also included examples from funded projects as well as a practical exercise to support the incorporation of the concepts associated with RRI, the SDGs and the RSSR in proposal writing. Top access the presentations please click on the links below.
- What is RRI? – Professor Alexander Gerber (Rhine – Waal University)
- What are the SDGs and RSSRs – Dr April Tash (UNESCO)
SESSION 2: Incorporation of SDGs and RSSR in funding applications – Global perspective
- Lithuanian Research Council – Dr Reda Cimmperman
- Meiji University – Professor Andrew Adams
- European Commission – Mr Linden Farrer
- Participatory Research in Asia – Dr Rajesh Tandon
- Science Foundation Ireland – Dr Marion Boland
SESSION 3: Incorporation of SDGs and RSSR in Funding Applications – Global Perspective
- National Research Foundation – Dr Mbulelo Ncango
- American Association for the Advancement of Science – Ms Jessica Wyndham
SESSION 4: Representatives that have worked in RRI projects before (collaborations, budgets, roles and responsibilities)
- Security Projects – Dr Andrew Adams
- MUSICA and Intelli-Guard Projects – Dr Gordon Dalton