Introduction to Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)

Résumé de la formation

RRI or Responsible Research and Innovation is a model proposed by European Union to develop scientific research and technological innovation that takes into account effects and potential impactson the environment and society.
The 6 key policies of RRI tackle essential issues that need to be considered to make research and innovation responsible.
Those include high ethical standards, communicating the scientific results in open access journals and using open data, making science
accessible to the general public through public engagement and actively contributing to science education, ensuring mechanisms to eliminate gender bias, and establishing governance that involves multiple stakeholders in fulfilling the RRI principles.

The workshop starts with a series of interactive exercises where participants explore the basics of RRI, with the aim to gain the basic understanding of the key policies, stakeholders and Grand Challenges identified by the European Commission as the major focus of research and innovation.

This introduction will then serve as a basis for the analysis of each participant’s PhD project to understand if their project is in alignment with RRI principles.


1st part – get to know RRI through active learning and peer2peer teaching

2nd part – apply the RRI principles to analyze your Ph.D. project and present your analysis to other participants

Formateurs et formatrices

Tamara Milosevic, Ph.D.
Tamara Milosevic is an alumna of University of Paris and an independent consultant for innovative pedagogy in higher education.
After her Ph.D. in interdisciplinary life sciences, she started designing experimental project-based learning programs and courses for bachelor, master and doctoral students.

Besides teaching in higher education institutions since 2012 and focusing on increasing the essential career skills for her students, she is creating educational programs to increase the scientific literacy skills of adult learners in the Rhizome Association she co-founded in 2018. Her approach is based on peer-2-peer interactions and personalised learning to help each learner develop a multitude of skills rapidly through experiential learning (learning by doing).

She believes it’s never too early for Ph.D. candidates to start communicating about their research to a wider interdisciplinary audience, discovering other fields of research, and effectively transferring their passion for knowledge to the general public

Informations pratiques

• Email (contact pédagogique) :
• Dates prévisionnelles :  Du 17 mai au 18 mai 2022 de 16h30 à 18h30, le 19 mai 2022 de 16h30 à 19h30.
• Lieu : à distance 
• Durée : 7h réparties sur 3 jours
• Pré-requis : some experience with online collaborative work and self-reflection, B2 level of English
• Public visé : doctoral candidates of any background, any year
• Effectif maximum : 12



Enseignement supérieur et recherche

Recherche et valorisation




7h réparties sur 3 jours





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