Here you can find a collection of resources from other EU-funded projects that can help you assess and improve your responsible research process.
Other Assessment Tool
Self Reflection Tool
The tool, developed by the RRI Tools project, offers questions and inspiring answers to help you reflect on your own RRI practices. You can also download your completed self-reflection sheet and the RRI Development Plan template to continue your reflection work.Grant agreement no. 612393
Self Check Tool
Responsible Innovation COMPASS
The self-check tool is aimed at helping SMEs to determine to what extent an SME practices already align with responsible innovation principles, what can be done to make the company’s innovation processes and outcomes even more responsible, and compare SMEs among themselves. Each question asks about a particular company practice and gives good practice examples as answer options.Grant agreement no. 710543
This toolkit is for small or medium-sized companies that aspire to develop innovative products and services with which genuine societal needs are addressed and a contribution is made to both environmental and economic sustainability. The toolkit provides an overview of RRI assessment instruments (focusing on specific RRI dimensions) developed by selected European organisations/projects. You can choose an instrument that suits you best.Grant agreement no. 710059
The Res-AGorA Responsibility Navigator offers all actors support and guidance for reflecting on and intervening in decision making and negotiation processes to fund and orientate R&I activities, whereby these processes can be located within or between organisations. It includes a set of questions which those interested in ‘navigating’ towards responsibilisation in Europe and beyond would have to ask themselves in order to arrive at practices and directions that are widely accepted. The ten principles are organised into the three dimensions of
(1) Ensuring Quality of Interaction
(2) Positioning and Orchestration
(3) Developing Supportive Environments.
The Thinking Tool offers practical guidance for researchers who wish to mature the societal readiness of their work. The primary goal is to help researchers align their project activities with societal needs and expectations. The Thinking Tool asks reflective questions to stimulate thinking about how to integrate ideas about responsible research and innovation into research practice, at different stages in the project life.Grant agreement no. 741402