SeeRRI Final Conference in Barcelona

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SeeRRI Final Conference in Barcelona

The SeeRRI project has worked tirelessly for three years to find a framework that allows territories to put Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) principles at the core of their Smart Specialisation Stratregy (S3). Financed by Horizon2020, the project has piloted its process in three different territories: B30 (Spain), Lower Austria, and Nordland (Norway), and has counted on the participation of twelve partner organisations from five different countries.

As it is now coming to an end, the SeeRRI project will culminate in the Final Conference “Bringing RRI into Regional Planning: From Theory to SeeRRI”, which will take place in the beautiful modernist building “Casa Convalescència” in Barcelona on the 29th and 30th of September. It will gather representatives from all the branches of the quadruple helix, as well as curious citizens who are eager to discuss relevant topics such as sustainability, regional innovation, and responsible territorial planning.

Registrations are now open on the website, fill in the form and make sure you get your spot! Moreover, the Conference will also give you the unique opportunity of visibilising your own project, as it will be displaying posters from other practices and strategies implemented at a territorial level dealing with RRI. Check out the details, get your submissions ready, and prepare for two days of challenging conventional wisdom on how to be responsible in regional planning.

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