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Lord Mayor of Dublin Alison Gilliland
Start-Ups working on city challenges
Hear from innovators participating in the Climate KIC Circular City Accelerator programme.
The session was hosted by:
The Local Enterprise Offices (LEO) in Ireland are the local first-stop shop for new entrepreneurs and existing micro-enterprise and small business owners.
Tangent | Trinity's Ideas Workspace has substantial expertise and a significant track record in delivering nationally recognised innovation and accelerator programmes, both in Dublin in its dedicated innovation training centre and beyond.
Leading the way to make an impact
Fireside chat with experts and entrepreneurs from the field
Making an impact has become a buzzword. But what does it take to be the leader who delivers on expectations to make a positive impact? In this discussion, you can hear some pure and simple insights from trailblazers.
Plus: The launch of the Winter 2021 edition of the Profit with Purpose Magazine.
How to design a livable city?
Cities are important spaces in the transition to the circular economy, providing complex challenges and innovative solutions as well as a myriad of opportunities to create economic, social and environmental benefits. But how to embrace this potential to use Circular City initiatives in the transition to creating more sustainable and livable cities? The discussion explores successful projects such as Circular Glasgow, Circular Prague and look into opportunities how Dublin could lead the way in building a Circular Economy.
Challenging Change with Creativity
Our young people have a tough future ahead of them, carrying some of the biggest problems our world has ever faced.
This session is introducing The B!G Idea project that brings creative and critical thinking to Transition Year students in Ireland to inspire the next generation to take on big challenges with confidence.
The panel talks about the value of creativity and innovation in solving our world's most pressing problems and the impact of teaching these skills at second level education. They explore how The B!G Idea is bridging the gap between industry and education and how to get involved as a Mentor or Partner for 2022.
The business case for Responsible Innovation
Top-level debate with business and policy leaders
Discover the benefits of Responsible Innovation in a top-level discussion. In this session, experts will debate the business case for Responsible Innovation, with a particular focus on digitalization and sustainable development. They will take a closer look at how Europe’s key values affect innovation policies (and vice versa) and what effects they have on global business strategies.
Hosted by: Living Innovation project
Telling the right story about your sustainable business
Online lecture by Fiona Donnellan Founder, Sustainable PR
There is a lot of talk about raising awareness about sustainability in business. But how do you turn the story of your sustainable business into a powerhouse that helps you achieve your goals? How could the right communication turn the tide for climate innovators and changemakers?
Social Enterprise insights
Online lecture by
Chris MM Gordon, CEO of the Irish Social Enterprise Network
Why and how social enterprises could play a vital role in delivering the Sustainable Development Goals and make change happen?
Launch of Accelerate Green, Ireland’s first scaling accelerator programme for businesses responding to climate action and sustainability.
Accelerate Green is a programme managed by Bord na Móna and Resolve Partners.
Bord na Móna is a semi-state climate solutions company helping lead Ireland towards a climate-neutral future.
Resolve Partners is a leading Irish innovation advisory firm.
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The European Social Enterprise Monitor (ESEM) provides an opportunity for impact-driven entrepreneurs to share their perspectives and influence the next generation of social enterprise strategies, support, funding, and investment policies and laws.
The 2021 survey is now live and social entrepreneurs are invited to share their experiences, help close the current gap in data on social enterprise and have a say in the future direction of policy and funding decisions that will affect their business! Perspectives of all participants will bring invaluable insights into the ecosystem, successes and barriers of social entrepreneurship in Europe.
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Host of this content: Euclid Network
Published in the Journal of Responsible Innovation by Richard Owen, René von Schomberg & Phil Macnaghten
Title: An unfinished journey? Reflections on a decade of responsible research and innovation
Abstract: Authors reflect on a decade of Responsible Research and Innovation(RRI) as a discourse emerging from the European Commission(EC) 10 years ago. They discuss the foundations for RRI, its emergence during the Seventh Framework Programme and its subsequent evolution during Horizon 2020. We discuss how an original vision for RRI became framed around five so-called‘keys’:gender, open access, science communication, ethics and public engagement. Authors consider the prospects for RRI within the context of the EC’s Open Science agenda and Horizon Europe programme, before closing with some reflections on the contribution RRI has made to debates concerning the relationship between science, innovation and society over the last decade.
Host of this content: René von Schomberg
A Guidance on the design, development and implementation of effective co-creation in industry-citizen collaboration settings.
How can companies and citizens collaborate for the sake of embedding new technologies into the needs of both entrepreneurs and users?
Download this document here.
Host of this content: Living Innovation H2020 project
Tha landscape of science, ethics and public engagement and their potential for the future
In policy there is an increasing recognition that a democratic deficit is behind many recent activist movements like e.g. youth movements on climate. Exercises in deliberative democracy are increasingly brought forward as part of aolsution to such democratic challenges. In science, engagement of publics in various formats have a longer history.
The report zooms in on five areas public engagement with science, asks how the landscape looks like, and what can be learned for public engagement with science specifically, and perhaps for using engagement exercises more generally.
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Host of this content: Danish Board of Technology Foundation
How can tech startups benefit from applying ethics?
Innovators can access free to use tech ethics booklet to build resilience and create more value.
A small group of members of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council for Values, Ethics and Innovation, designed a gap-filling practical booklet to help startups and SMEs explore hidden commercial risks and trigger better innovations through the integration of tech ethics. After considering that tech ethics mainly targets big business, they decided to publish the 'Tech Ethics for Start-Ups and SMEs’ booklet.
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Host of this content: Business Spirit Platform
MARIE Webinar Week
In MARIE, partners from 8 regions face these challenges together in the context of their smart specialisation priority sectors. Their objective is to improve regional public policy that supports delivery of RRI to enterprises’ product, process and service design, production and distribution. Changes are expected in projects funded by policy instruments and in policy management structures and strategic focus, including integration of RRI criteria and RRI as a horizontal concept.
Host of this content: MARIE H2020 project
Sustainability is the Only Story!
We are activists by nature. With wild interactive experiences, we focus on radical change. We are not afraid to raise alarm bells nor court controversy.
Our planet depends on us to be conscious, wide awake and ready for battle.
Saving the planet might seem like a big goal, but it is the only goal that matters.
Host of this content: The Planet Calls
Are Social Entrepreneurs drivers of Responsible Innovation?
Interview with Barbara Inmann, Managing Director of the Impact Hub Vienna, as part of the Responsible Innovation Story video series.
Impact Hub Vienna is a vibrant innovation ecosystem for social entrepreneurship. By connecting founders, creatives, investors, established companies and NGOs, the Impact Hub is a global network taking collaborative action for a better world.
Host of this content: Living Innovation H2020 project