Montenegro

The country of Montenegro with its 0.62 million inhabitants is small and beautiful, located at the Adriatic coast.

population: 621,873

Capital: Podgorica

Area: 13,812 km2

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In Montenegro, the focus is on engaging citizens and the scientific community (Public Engagement) and the need to create a common RRI and S3 implementation network, i.e. Governance.

The country was the first non-EU Member State adopting a smart specialisation strategy in June 2019.

WBC-RRI.NET will in particular support public engagement in the areas of climate change and environment, addressing science communication and citizen science activities, including citizens participating in the definition of research agendas and questions for their region.

In terms of governance, clusters and networks bringing together academia and industry are expected to bring RRI and S3 together in the development of relevant instruments and projects.

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POLICY BRIEF Co-creating Responsible Research and Innovation activities: Experiences from the Western Balkans
Update on the activities of the Working Group 3 Open Access and Open Science
Update on the activities of the Working Group 2 Public Engagement and Science Education
Update on the activities of the Working Group 1 Gender and Ethics
Co-design of anchor initiatives: form needs to vision
Gender Equality Plans in the Western Balkans
Event review: 2nd co-design workshop in Montenegro
Collection of Good Practices in RRI
Event review: 1st co-design workshop in Montenegro
Reflection and Co-design of RRI ‘anchor’ initiatives in Western Balkan territories
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POLICY BRIEF Co-creating Responsible Research and Innovation activities: Experiences from the Western Balkans
Update on the activities of the Working Group 3 Open Access and Open Science
Update on the activities of the Working Group 2 Public Engagement and Science Education
Update on the activities of the Working Group 1 Gender and Ethics
Co-design of anchor initiatives: form needs to vision
Gender Equality Plans in the Western Balkans
Event review: 2nd co-design workshop in Montenegro
Collection of Good Practices in RRI
Event review: 1st co-design workshop in Montenegro
Reflection and Co-design of RRI ‘anchor’ initiatives in Western Balkan territories
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Update on the activities of the Working Group 3 Open Access and Open Science

A brief overview of what has been done by our WG3 members in the previous period.
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Update on the activities of the Working Group 2 Public Engagement and Science Education

A brief overview of what our WG2 members have been up to in the previous period and the future plans.
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Update on the activities of the Working Group 1 Gender and Ethics

A brief overview of what our WG1 members have been up to in the previous period.
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Co-design of anchor initiatives: form needs to vision

Brief summary of the visions each WB territory wants to pursue according to the realised co-design workshops.
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Gender Equality Plans in the Western Balkans

Mapping Gender Equality Plans in the Western Balkans.
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Event review: 2nd co-design workshop in Montenegro

The events focused on co-creation of activities for achieving future scenario envisaged through the reflection and co-design process for RRI ‘anchor’ activities in the Montenegro territory.
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Collection of Good Practices in RRI

From and for the Western Balkans.
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Event review: 1st co-design workshop in Montenegro

This event brought together esteemed participants of the quadruple helix, and it was focused on presentation and discussion of the future scenarios on the possibility of valorization of the space of the saltworks "Bajo Sekulić” in Ulcinj, Montenegro.
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Reflection and Co-design of RRI ‘anchor’ initiatives in Western Balkan territories

We are kicking off co-design workshops in each of the targeted Western Balkan regions.
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