The Competence Cell is a transdisciplinary sub-unit, established to create strong local networks of actors from the quintuple helix innovation system for reflection on glocal challenges, co-creation, promotion and test of RRI practices for local territory.
All CESIE’s research activities have officially merged into our Higher Education and Research Competence Cell, established in 2018 under the Horizon 2020 project FoTRRIS, today continued and sustained by the ongoing Horizon 2020 project RAISD and other initiatives.
All CESIE’s Units cooperate to boost quality and impact of the Competence Cell, sharing knowledge and expertise, human and resource capital, results and exploitation opportunities for as many internal and external stakeholders as possible: Policy makers, Research Community, Education Community, Business and Industry, Civil Society Organisations.
A brief talk with René von Schomberg about RRI. René von Schomberg Philosopher and STS specialist Currently Guest Professor at the Technical University of Darmstadt He holds PhD’s from the University of Twente (NL) (Science and Technology Studies) and J.W.Goethe...
Article by Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance (SCELG) and Islandinnovation Islands from 34 countries present their stories regarding the following issues: What actions are being taken to protect the island community from COVID-19? In...
Reshaping Attention and Inclusion Strategies for Distinctively vulnerable people among the forcibly displaced
Institutions and organisations providing services to immigrants are not always aware of all the vulnerability factors that shape the needs of their clients. Integration strategies and daily work are also conditioned by scarce financial and human resources, and tend to...
The research features the concept of multiple and intersectional vulnerability and recognises the various forms of discrimination in opportunities for inclusion that one individual can be subject to within a multitude of system interacting contexts. Most of the...
As a civil society organisation, CESIE’s Competence Cell promotes a closer cooperation and co-creation practises among the main actors of the quintuple helix model, and this at both local and EU level. The research unit contributes to the creation of a co-RRI system...
If you are an active member of the mentioned groups of stakeholders, you work or are interested in one (or more) thematic areas of CESIE and would like to contribute actively to the development of solutions for local needs, join our Competence Cell!
Civil Society Organisations
Business and Industry
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