NewHoRRIzon Final Conference

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NewHoRRIzon Final Conference

Horizon 2020 project NewHoRRIzon is organising its final conference virtually from the 17th to the 28th of May 2021, as the project is coming to an end in September this year. This virtual final conference will aim to share with attendees the different achievements made, tools developed, and lessons learned during the lifespan of the project.

The NewHoRRIzon prject aims to further integrate Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) into research and innovation systems at national and international level. To achieve its objectives, the project has organised 19 Social Labs all around Europe — one for each programme line of Horizon 2020. These Social Labs build on a tradition of participatory action research to bring together people with common interests in solving complex problems related to technology and society.

The event will feature numerous sessions on different topics, from “RRI and sustainability transitions” to “RRI and higher education”. You can find the complete agenda and register for the event for free here.

Should you wish to receive more information or have any project-related questions, you can visit the NewHoRRIzon website, contact them at, or subscribe to their newsletter at

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