RRI Toolkit - Self-reflection Tool

What is RRI? Whats aspects of RRI are important in your work and already taken into account? Which aspects need more reflection and consideration?

The Self-Reflection Tool provides questions and statements addressing all stakeholder groups (policy makers, education representatives, civil society organisations, industry and business, and the research community). It is divided in six agendas, according to the RRI Policy Agendas (Ethics, Gender Equality, Governance of RRI, Open Access, Public Engagement, and Science Education). This tool will support you in starting a reflection process on RRI and in finding appropriate resources that help you improve your research and innovation projects.

Please note that this Self-reflection Tool does not offer yet tailored resources according to your answers. The full functionality will be available by JULY 2016. Nevertheless, RRI-Tools Team hopes this tool will help you to reflect on how RRI is your own practice.

Geographical focus
  • European Union (EU 28)
  • H2020
  • WBC
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Anna Sirocco on March 18, 2016
Modified on April 7, 2016