Institutional Governance of Responsible Research and Innovation
The ETHNA System and Support Tools
Importance and Necessity of Stakeholder Engagement
EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNED
Evaluation of RRI Institutionalisation Endeavours: Specificities, Drivers, Barriers, and Good Practices based on a Multi-Stakeholder Consultation and Living Lab Experiences. -Implementing RRI in a Non-Governmental Research Institute
Implementing RRI in a Research and Innovation Ecosystem
Developing RRI and Research Ethics at University
ETHICAL TOOLS INTO PRACTICE
Relevance and Challenges of Ethics Committees
Responsible Research & Innovation Learning Facilitation
Activities to Foster Public Engagement in Research and Innovation. Examples from the NewHoRRIzon Project
LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE: MAIN CHALLENGES
Gender mainstreaming in RRI: The Double Challenge
Navigating the Future and Overcoming Challenges to Unlock Open Science
Ethics and Development of Advanced Technology Systems in Public Administration.
This Open Access book aims to present practical contributions to the ethics governance framework, the conceptualization and characteristics of ethics tools, as well as the experience gained from their application in different institutions. Its main objective is to provide a practical and useful guide that will help other institutions to start introducing Research Ethics effectively in their organizations. The European initiative ETHNA System has designed an ethics governance framework that can be implemented following specific guidelines and tools that can help different types of institutions to promote and generate responsible research and innovation. The papers included in this book were organized in topical sections as follows: foundations; experiences and lessons learned; ethics tools in practice; and looking into the future: main challenges.