Webinars

To strengthen different communities of practice, InSPIRES organizes webinars in different languages, reaching countries and stakeholders for whom English might be a barrier.

InSPIRES webinar on curriculum-based engagement with communities

The webinar explores the practicalities of setting up and running community engaged research projects within the higher education curriculum, through two case studies, one from TU Dublin (Ireland) and one from Queen’s University Belfast (UK). The case studies are presented by David O’Connor (TU Dublin) and Neil Galway and Helen McGuinness (lecturer and student respectively […]

InSPIRES Webinar on Innovative Public Engagement Methodologies with Frank Kupper & Franco Bagnoli

In this webinar, two expert speakers – who belong to two partner organizations of the InSPIRES Consortium – shares their experiences in different public engagement methodologies. Dr Frank Kupper, Assistant Professor in Science Communication and Public Engagement at VU Amsterdam. Blending an STS and Arts & Design perspective, he works on the conceptual and methodological […]

InSPIRES Webinar on Participatory Research with Rajesh Tandon

In this inSPIRES webinar, Dr. Rajesh Tandon, Founder-President of the Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA) and co-chair of the UNESCO Chair on Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, shares his experience in participatory research, with a special focus on health-related projects. Our speaker has undertaken a number of initiatives to […]

InSPIRES webinar on ethics of biomedical research

The InSPIRES project, the Ethical Committee of the Institut Pasteur de Tunis (IPT) and the Regional Training Center (RTC), organizied a webinar about “ethics of biomedical research“. The webinar was in French, moderated by Hayet Moussa, Research Professor at the Higher Institute of Human Sciences of Tunis (University Tunis El Manar) and IPT Ethical committee member.

InSPIRES webinar on Policy Work of Science Shops with Emma Mckenna and Catherine Bates

In this webinar, Emma Mckenna, coordinator of the Science Shop of the Queen’s University Belfast since 2001, and Catherine Bates, coordinator of the Dublin Institute of Technology’s Programme for Students Learning with Communities, shared with us their experiences in policy work developed within the EC funded projects PERARES and EnRRICH. They presented inspiring examples and recommendations to help to implement policy […]

InSPIRES webinar dedicated to CSOs engagement with Norbert Steinhaus

Last 9th of May we organized a InSPIRES webinar dedicated to CSOs engagement with Norbert Steinhaus, board member of Wissenschaftsladen Bonn (Bonn Science Shop) and coordinator of the Living Knowledge. Within the framework of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Open Science and Innovation, researchers are called to collaborate with different stakeholders through inclusive and participatory methodologies during the different phases […]