The CoRRI Forum (CoRRI) is an output of SISCODE that has the objective to promote a wider application of RRI in co-creation activities for all practitioners, co-creation labs and other initiatives. Having this in mind, CoRRI is organising a series of workshops to diffuse the outputs and outcomes of the SISCODE project and the SISCODE labs. In the First Cycle of Workshops which took place in July 2020, CoRRI addressed the four phases of the SISCODE co-creation journey with the intention of providing hands-on experience on the SISCODE Toolbox for Co-creation Journeys’s functionalities.
In the Second Cycle of Workshops, the focus will be on introducing the 10 long-term co-creation journeys undertaken by our labs with the aim to discuss and interact based on these cases and their approaches to addressing specific societal challenges. After more than two years of accumulated experiences in building capacities in co-creation, the 10 SISCODE labs (Fab Labs, Living Labs and Science Centres and Museums) hold a rich experience which makes them an excellent Co-creation Ambassador to share their first-hand experiences with diverse audiences interested in co-creation in Research and Innovation practices and policymaking.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The workshops are open to anyone interested in the scope of CoRRI’s activities, especially the SISCODE Networks’ members and members of the public that demonstrate interest in the application of co-creation journeys and the challenges which are met by the developers of such activities. Our main target audiences include co-creation labs and co-creation practitioners, academics and policy researchers, policymakers in the fields of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Science, Technology and Innovation (STI). To ensure adequate time is provided for the hands-on activities and open discussion in each workshop, the maximum admission of participants will be 30.
GOAL & EXPECTED OUTCOMES
With these workshops, participants will learn about but most importantly have the opportunity to reflect on and appropriate the tools and techniques tested by the SISCODE labs throughout their co-creation journey. After each presentation, attendants will take the time to question and reflect with the labs about the uses of the presented tools, and also further study their uses through pre-prepared hands-on activities facilitated by the labs and SISCODE partners. In this manner, participants will collaboratively assess how to apply these tools in other own contexts.
Registration for all the workshops is free but required, and has to be done at least two days before each session. It is possible to register for more than one workshop.
Registration link: https://forms.gle/gBwsGKToHMGhUvr88
Thank you and looking forward to counting with you!