Social appropriation of science and innovation around the world
RRING investigates the global diversity of approaches towards social appropriation of science, from Latin America to Japan, and from Europe to South Africa. The project then aims at developing a global network for collaboration in Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) using an Open Access knowledge-base with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals as a common denominator.
RRING Community Network
Free membership for a limited time
What is the RRING Community?
A true community of practice to learn and apply influence in research and innovation
Benefits of RRING Membership
You will be joining a number of high-profile research institutions that already have members within the community (https://rring.eu/governance-structure/). RRING members will contribute to collectively assessing how well research and innovation is doing relatively to the standards of the UNESCO Recommendation on Science and Scientific Researchers. In this first phase two services will be offered to members:
- Training on RRI and global frameworks for RRI and UN Sustainable Goals
- Facilities and services for applying for funding, research grants and other bursaries
In the longer term the network will offer:
- Comprehensive contacts database
- Valuable networking opportunities
- Global communications platform