What does RRI mean to you?
During the 7th Living Knowledge Conference, which took place from 22-24 June 2016 in Dublin, conference guests were asked what RRI means to them and how they are involved in RRI. Find out how Science Shops, lecturers, students, university staff and community partners are already involved in responsible research and what values of the RRI concept are important to them.
Catherine O'Mahony, Centre for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, University College Cork
Eileen Martin, Science Shop, Queens University Belfast
Réka Matolay and Gyorgy Pataki, Corvinus Business School, Corvinus University of Budapest
Claire McDonnell, Learning Development Officer, Dublin Institute of Technology
Peter Wanyenya, PhD Student, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Rosina Malagrida, Public Engagement on Health Research, Institut de Recerca de la Sida IrsiCaixa Barcelona
Rajesh Tandon, UNESCO Co-Chair on Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education (India)
Odran Reid, Strategic Development Manager, Northside Partnership, Dublin
Catherine Gorman, School of Hospitality and Tourism, Dublin Institute of Technology
Catherine Bates, Programme Students Learning with Communities, Dublin Institute of Technology
Barry Ryan, School of Food Science and Environmental Health, Dublin Institute of Technology