Self-Assessment RIPEET

Overview: This 2-page guide focuses on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), encompassing themes such as governance, open science, public engagement, ethics, gender equality, and science education. The document includes a set of self-assessment questions to encourage reflection and evaluation of practices.

Target Audience: Organizations and individuals active in Research and Innovation, with a particular interest in Responsible Research and Innovation.


Self-Assessment – Responsible research and Innovation Policy Experimentations for Energy Transition (RIPEET)

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Who is this for?

It is designed for organizations and individuals involved in Research and Innovation (R&I), particularly those interested in Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). It addresses various stakeholders in the R&I process, including researchers, policy makers, industry professionals, educators, and the public.

Useful Questions that the material can answer

  • How does your organization approach open science and open access policies?
  • How do you involve stakeholders and the public in your R&I work?
  • What are possible ethical considerations for your R&I practices?
  • Does your organization have a gender equality plan, and how is gender equality addressed in your R&I practices?

·         How do you promote reflection on R&I’s impacts in your science education activities?


The document is a 2-page guide to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), focusing on its various key aspects such as governance, open science, public engagement, ethics, gender equality, and science education. It encourages self-reflection and offers a set of questions to help organizations evaluate their practices in these areas.

Valuable Info & Insights

The document emphasizes the importance of self-reflection and provides a tool to organizations to help them assess their practices in Responsible Research and Innovation. It encourages open dialogue, exchange of ideas, and critical thinking about the impact of R&I on society.

Key Words

Governance Ethics Public Engagement Gender Equality Open Science Reflection

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