The PE2020 and the CASI projects jointly organised a policy conference for various stakeholders in Brussels, Belgium, November 16-17, 2016. Please find here the report of the conference with some conclusions of the policy messages and discussions that took place during the day.
We invite you to take a look at our policy brief “Public Engagement for Research, Practice and Policy – Introducing a New PE Toolkit“!
This policy brief is the last of three published by the PE2020 project. The policy brief has two aims: 1) it presents the main conclusions from the policy conference Public Engagement for Research, Practice and Policy, and 2) introduces a PE Toolkit for the support of future public engagement processes.
– Mikko, Luciano and Kaisa –
Thank you for participating to the policy conference organised by the PE2020 and CASI -projects!
Please give us feedback to the conference, you can find the link to an online questionnaire here.
You can find photos of the conference https://goo.gl/photos/X8RVNAqGositkdha9 . We warmly thank Petteri Repo for his excellent pictures! We will soon add recordings of the conference to this site.
Please join us for the policy conference Public Engagement for Research, Practice and Policy via live stream from the Committee of Regions in Brussels. The conference will start November 16th Wednesday at 9:30 .
You can follow the discussions in the different rooms via the links below. All keynote speeches and plenaries can be found here:
For the session 1 and session 5, choose this link:
For the session 3 and session 7, choose this link:
Please send us your comments via Twitter with the #CASI_PE2020 or to @publicengagemen or @casi2020
Session 1: Innovative public engagement
Mikko Rask: What is innovative PE and why is It needed?
Luciano d’Andrea: What should be done to support PE in R&I activities?
Ville Kairamo: Global Platform Empowering Local Talent
Session 3: Societal interaction and societal impact
Timo Aarrevaara: The policy impact of PE tools
Kirsi Pulkkinen:Societal Interaction Plans In Research Projects
Tanja Suni: Living Lab of Global Change Research
Isabella Susa: Educating on science-society relations and PE for students
Session 5: Evaluation and incentives of public engagement
Session 7: Prospects of PE: Round table with sister projects
The high level policy conference on Public Engagement for Research, Practice and Policy is just around the corner! The organisations are just waiting for our final touch and we are expecting to see 200 highly motivated expert and stakeholder to discuss public engagement and sustainable innovation. Exciting!
While waiting for the beginning of the conference, you can take a look at our new policy brief about boosting public engagement!
The policy conference is jointly organised with the CASI project so go ahead and check out interesting new information related to sustainable innovation and its assessment and management in the CASI website as well.
You can find us in Twitter under @PublicEngagemen and @casi2020 tweeting about the conference. If you cannot join us in person, please join us in twitter using the hashtag #CASI-PE2020!