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Dialogues

Dialogue events are one of the core activities of NANO2ALL whose aim will be to deliberate values and purposes in relation to alternative nanotechnology innovation trajectories, as well as to outline recommendations for concrete innovation agendas. The innovation agendas that will depart from societal needs, values and purposes and actively promote co-production of knowledge and responsible research and innovation governance of nanotechnologies will be used by policy-makers at national and EU level.

 

Three levels of dialogues will be implemented:

 

Local citizen dialogues

These events will target at non-specialists (general public, representatives from civil society organisations and non-governmental organizations) to discuss the expectations, needs and concerns that arise in response to concrete future nanotechnology application scenarios.

Venues:

  • Sweden
  • Poland
  • France
  • Israel
  • Spain
  • Italy

 

National multi-stakeholders dialogues

National multi-stakeholders dialogues will involve scientists, industrialists, government officials, civil society organisations, non-governmental organizations, general public and media. The dialogues will result in National RRI Innovation Agendas proposing innovation trajectories that are likely to advance into responsible nanotechnology applications and feed directly into policy-making at national level.

Venues:

  • Sweden
  • Poland
  • France
  • Israel
  • Spain
  • Italy

 

European multi-stakeholder dialogue

As a final step, a multi-stakeholder dialogue forum at European level involving scientists, industrialists, government officials, civil society organisations, non-governmental organizations, general public and media will be organized. The dialogue will result in an EU RRI Innovation Agenda proposing innovation trajectories that are likely to advance into responsible nanotechnology applications and feed directly into policy-making at European level.

Venue: The Netherlands

 

For more information on the dialogue and on participation, please consult the News & Events option of this platform. 

The Nano2All project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under the Grant Agreement Number 685931.
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