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Inclusive Research and Innovation ecosystems in Europe: what works, and how do we convince our stakeholders?
Europe’s shared vision is for real inclusiveness that optimises the synergies between research, business, policy and civil society, bringing huge benefits to our economy, the environment and wider society. Equality between men and women is one of Europe’s fundamental values, and yet the latest data show that gender inequalities still persist across our research and innovation systems (R&I), hindering Europe’s prosperity.

CALIPER’s unique approach to this challenge is to engage with stakeholders involved across the whole research and innovation value chain – right from the concept or research idea, through to production and distribution of a product or service. Our stakeholders come from the research sector, industry, government, other public bodies and civic society. Through CALIPER, research organisations and funders in 9 European countries have designed and implemented gender equality plans, opening themselves up to greater diversity and tackling other inequalities. We are now evaluating their effectiveness. With almost 3 years’ experience of practical cooperation, now is the time to convene, reflect and share knowledge and experience with the world. What works in achieving an inclusive and interconnected R&I ecosystem? What are the barriers and how do we overcome them?

Our expert panel, representing different sectors and stakeholders, will debate the issues, offer accessible information and practical, workable and replicable ideas . You, the audience, will be able to interact with our panel with your questions and views. Join us for this one-hour webinar, which is free and open to all. We welcome participants from a wide range of sectors and professional backgrounds.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 873134

Dec 7, 2022 11:00 AM in London

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