Responsible Research and Innovation Networking Globally survey


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As a partner in the Responsible Research and Innovation Networking Globally (RRING) project, we would like to invite you to respond to a global survey regarding your experiences with research and innovation. 

The survey aims to explore how good practices are established in different research and innovation contexts across the world.

We are looking for respondents working in research and/or innovation from the following stakeholder groups:

  • Research organisation: entity such as an institute, centre or university, regardless of whether it is public or private, whose main goal is to conduct basic or applied research  
  • Research funding organisation: entities, either public (e.g. governmental organizations) or private (e.g. charities) who are major funders of research projects   
  • Industry and business: entity involved in a commercial or industrial enterprise that are involved in research or innovation.  
  • Civil society organisation: entities separated either from the State or the market; they exclude industry or any for-profit organisations; have a declared social mandate, and are working in research or innovation. 
  • Policy bodies: public entities that explore issues and concerns of public interest and develop policies and recommendations relating to research or innovation.

This global survey forms a part of the EU Horizon 2020 ‘Responsible Research and Innovation Networking Globally’ (RRING) project. Our surveys will be gathering insights into research and innovation practices, specifically including various behaviours related to responsible research and innovation, as well as your views on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. 

Complete the survey - closes Wednesday 20 November 2019