As part of our work in Re:ERUA we investigate research and innovation from the perspective of participatory and inclusive societal engagement. We explore fellow researchers’ ideas and practices within collaborative research projects.
We are encouraging that you and at least one other partner in the alliance go together and show us what you do in terms of collaborating with external stakeholder/civil society.
This is an invitation for you to reach out to colleagues in the alliance and suggest a small pilot research experiment or for inviting an alliance partner into an already running research project focusing on social innovation and societal engagement both within civil society and the business sector across ERUA alliance partners.
No matter the topic of research, our focus is on learning from you in developing innovative collaborative research methodologies. Researchers of all levels of experience and from the entire Alliance are encouraged to apply.
The collaborating processes is the scope of our interest and the content of the data we will collect.
The aims of the collaborative experiments are to:
- explore sites of potential collaboration where new forms of responsible research focusing on societal engagement and innovation can take place.
- describe already pioneering projects of responsible research for RE:ERUA in order to potentially scale its methodologies to the entire alliance.
The methodologies and outcomes of the experiments and projects will be described and published in collaboration with the RE:ERUA research team at Roskilde University, supported by its Board members and Expert group researchers. Collaborative methods and collaboration with external stakeholders are the focus of this initiative, as we wish to increase knowledge about collaborative research methodologies in the alliance.
In case of funding the applicants commit to engage in a reflexive and documented process facilitated by the WP3 team of how their project can be of value and inspiration to other projects in the Alliance. The WP3 team will visit the project – please suggest a suitable time for this in your application.
Available funding is €10,000 per project, covering transport for project participants, accommodation, and a symbolic payment to external partners participating in the project. The time frame of the project should take no longer than three weeks.
Deadline for applications : 30th of November at 12:00 CET 2022
Please send the application no later than the 15 of November 2022 with a max of 3 pages, by using the template in the bottom of the call and send it as a PDF to Team leader Katia Dupret on email@example.com