Call for submissions in the Co-Change Idea Competition

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Call for submissions in the Co-Change Idea Competition

The Horizon 2020  RRI project Co-Change is organising an Idea Competition for innovators (individuals, teams, and organisations) from all over the world to come up with solutions for tackling the Sustainable Development Goals and the societal challenges defined by the EC through an ecosystem approach. Any ideas that can create change in terms of practices, procedures, routines, or rules along the research cycle are welcome for submission to the competition.

Submissions can cover several topics, including:

  • Meaningful changes in culture, structures, and practices for more responsible R&I policies and practices;
  • Diversity and democratisation of governance in science and research;
  • Empowered communities of practice;
  • Experiments, mechanisms, and reflection formats for dialogue and understanding among stakeholders.

You can send your submissions (around 500 words) by the 31st of March 2021 to antonia.bierwirth@tecnalia.com and petra.wagner@ait.ac.

Find more information on the competition and the expected structure of the submissions can be found here.

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