We specialise in the involvement of multiple stakeholders to create better solutions to complex problems. We believe that to innovate better society should be involved at key stages in the process. Of course we are also mindful of the limits in some ways of ‘innovation by committee’, and our collective ability often not to […]
Here we analyse the findings of public dialogues from the UK and Europe on views of the general public about various new technologies. Some of the findings may surprise you!
I presented virtually to a conference at Notre Dame University’s John J Reilly Centre for Technology, Society and Values. The conference, called The Collaboration Conundrum, explored the new collaborations and partnerships between different stakeholders and academia. My talk was on Working with NGOs, what do to and & what not to do. In proper RRI […]
Hilary on the future of Civil Society Participation in Brussels on 28th January 2015. Here is more detail on the event. http://www.eesc.europa.eu/?i=portal.en.events-and-activities-civil-society-research-innovation Speaking alongside Mr Herbert Reul, Member of the European Parliament Ms Hilary Sutcliffe, Director of MATTER Mr Jasper Roodenburg, NWO, Dutch research council Ms Annika Thies, Director of the Brussels Office, Helmholtz […]
In this project we researched the views of investors, NGOs & retailers and analysed 13 public dialogues on different emerging technologies to find out what stakeholders expect of companies and how they can respond.