RRI in Belgium and Luxembourg

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<ol><li> 1. RRI in Belgium and Luxemburg Kaat Peeters, Bndicte Gombault &amp; Sara Heesterbeek Friday 24th April 2015 </li><li> 2. King Baudouin Foundation An independent, pluralistic public benefit foundation Making a lasting contribution towards: - justice - democracy - respect for diversity </li><li> 3. Specificities of this HUB Belgium &amp; Luxemburg Language Belgium and Luxemburg both have three national languages! Opportunities for mutual learning but also barriers for practices to diffuse Scope Luxemburg only counts 500.000 inhabitants Few and over-demanded stakeholders of RRI Expertise in RRI Some active pioneers, but generally not mainstream Need for inspiring practices and hands-on tools </li><li> 4. Results in a nutshell RRI in Belgium RRI not yet well-known as concept Funding agencies : Focus on Open Access and Research Integrity &amp; usergroups and support from Civil Society organizations are sometimes required Innovation is present everywhere, but what is innovation? Participation: aims and roles are not always clearly defined More and more Living Labs </li><li> 5. SOCIALE INNOVATIEFABRIEK Network organisation for the promotion, coaching and support of social innovation and social entrepreneurship. </li><li> 6. DEFINITION Social innovation is an innovative solution to an important societal challenge, that results in a product, service, model or method. Social innovation </li><li> 7. https://vimeo.com/77689983 </li><li> 8. Societal challenges: poverty, climate change, loneliness, diversity, ageing, Enterprise Association Inidividual CONCEPT Information session Intake: detecting the needs &amp; detecting the skills First advice: partnerships, financing, Learning network Strengthening sessions Alternative currency Ready to launch </li><li> 9. LEARNING NETWORK </li><li> 10. In our first year </li><li> 11. EXAMPLES </li></ol>


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