NANO2ALL Dialogue methodology 1
This document provides an overview of the dialogue methodology, clarifying the methodological options, and presents the specific methods and dialogue formats to be used. In addition, the document serves as a handbook for the science centres that will execute the dialogues, providing guidelines for facilitation to warrant deliberative quality.
NANO2ALL Dialogue methodology 2
This is a manual for the moderators of the NANO2ALL national multi stakeholder dialogues (MSDs). It clarifies the goal and general idea behind the chosen dialogue design and then points out its relation to the previous citizen dialogues. In the subsequent section, a detailed script is found that can be used for moderating the dialogue session. Information about the recommended time-structure of the dialogue session, the specific dialogue exercises, the tools and materials that should be used, the questions that should be asked, and the data that should be collected are also included.
SES Game Methodology
The purpose of the Scenario Exploration Game is to have participants experience and act through plausible alternative futures, by thinking and conversing systemically outside of their usual frame of reference.
Multi-stakeholder Dialogue in Sweden
This document summarises some of the preliminary results of the multi-stakeholder dialogue held in Sweden in the framework of the NANO2ALL project. You can download the pdf here.
Multi-stakeholder Dialogue in Italy
This document summarises some of the preliminary results of the multi-stakeholder dialogue held in Italy in the framework of the NANO2ALL project. You can download the pdf here.
Multi-stakeholder Dialogue in France
This document summarises some of the preliminary results of the multi-stakeholder dialogue held in France in the framework of the NANO2ALL project. You can download the pdf here.
Dialogue results: Responsible Innovation Agendas at National Level
The report describes actions and interactions that are needed throughout the nanotechnology value chain to better identify and integrate societal needs, concerns and values in nanotechnology research and innovation processes from a national perspective. This report is based on the six national citizen dialogues organized in science centres located in Israel, Italy, France, Poland, Spain and Sweden between October 2017 and February 2018. A broad range of suggestions for action have been made that reinforce current thinking about important themes and challenges that we face in democratizing science and technology governance.
Dialogue results: Responsible Innovation Agenda at European level
This report presents the responsible innovation agenda at EU level that was conceived based on the outcomes of the NANO2ALL European dialogue event held on April 9th, 2018 in Brussels. This agenda provides directions and recommendations for both the EC and other actors in the nanotechnology research and innovation ecosystem on how to make nanotechnology research and innovation more responsive towards societal perspectives.