European Week of Regions and Cities
7-10 OCTOBER 2019 Brussels

Strategic planning co-design and participatory agenda setting in R&I: Regions engaging in Horizon Europe

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Tue 8, October 2019
11:30 - 13:00
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Strategic planning co-design and participatory agenda setting in R&I: Regions engaging in Horizon Europe

8 October from 11:30 to 13:00

Square – Brussels Convention Centre – 210 (circle 2)

  

Organisers:     DG Research and Innovation of the European Commission    

The impact-oriented approach of Horizon Europe[1] serves ambitious goals relevant to society, based on the idea that "our common future will depend on how successfully we work together to create valuable research and innovation".[2] The workshop contributes to the Horizon Europe strategic planning co-design of priorities for the first four years of Horizon Europe. This process started with the public consultation[3] launched on 28 June and will be debated at the high level event 'Research and Innovation Days' of 24-25-26 September[4]. It invites policy makers and regional stakeholders to exchange ideas and experiences about the participatory agenda setting in the future European research and innovation ecosystem. It will enhance the understanding and future implementation of missions and new partnerships, in terms that are truly responsive to the expectations and needs of Europe. Panellists and participants will discuss the novelties of Horizon Europe and provide inputs on the strategic orientations for research and innovation support.

 

AGENDA

(10' per speaker)

 

Moderator: Kurt VANDENBERGHE, Director, DG Research and Innovation, Policy & Programming Centre and Acting Director Research and Innovation Outreach (tbc)

 

11:30   Welcome and setting the scene

            Introduction to the novelties of Horizon Europe, with a focus to strategic planning co-design

            Dr. Renzo TOMELLINI Head of Unit, DG Research and Innovation, Horizon Strategic Planning & Programming 

           

11:40'  Will participatory agenda setting increase or reduce the R&I ambition? Fostering legitimacy and acceptance of transformative innovation in Europe through co-creation: multi-stakeholder and citizen participation. The case of Germany

            Dr Wilfried KRAUS, Deputy Director General for European Cooperation, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)(tbc)

 

11:50   Success factors in Horizon Europe for building European innovation ecosystems

European Regions – Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN)

            Mrs Pirita LINDHOLM, Director 

 

12:00   Contribution to the strategic planning co-design

European Association of Research Agencies (EURADA)  

            Mr Esteban PELAYO, Director 

 

12:10   Contribution to the strategic planning co-design

Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities

            Ms Thea Forsberg

 

12:20   Discussion  

Panellists and participants will discuss the novelties of Horizon Europe and provide inputs on the strategic orientations for research and innovation support.

 

12: 50  Closing words

Magda DE CARLI, Head of Unit, European Research Area and Country Intelligence, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission,

 

 

 

1 Horizon Europe

[2] Commissioner Carlos Moedas

[3] Share your views

[4] European Research and Innovation Days

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Magda De Carli, Thea Forsberg, Pirita Lindholm, Esteban Pelayo, Renzo Tomellini, Kurt Vandenberghe
The Future of the EU and the roles of the Regions and Cities
European Commission - DG RTD
Building SQUARE - Brussels Convention Centre, Room 210 (circle 2).
Address: Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels


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