- Our transformative outlooks should rely among others on the reflection and validation through such types of workshops that enlightens different aspects of RRI logic.
- In this respect, transformative outlook is considered a continuous process that promotes reflection at every stage between stakeholders and within societal groups.
- Innovation should address not only productivity gap but also societal challenges. In this view, regions could function as innovation mobilisers
- Co-creation processes are necessary if we want to deliver institutional changes and enable policy makers towards responsible research and innovation strategies and practices.
- There is need for an agile RRI policy making that incorporates through an inclusive perspective, societal agendas and challenges.
- We need wide public engagement and cooperation which involve the entire spectrum of stakeholders as well as long-term scenarios and inclusive programming.
- We should think about channels of communication, follow-up communication and follow-up synergies.
- It is critical to initiate the appropriate capacity building activities and encourage the engagement of critical actors.
- RRI strategies should go beyond the academic sphere, towards ‘borderless’ innovation policies.