Participatory engagement with TIP concepts and practice
This resource collection addresses participatory methods for TIP and the role of citizens and collective action in transformation processes.
Participatory methods and methodologies for a more just transition: Reflections from the 2021 Eu-SPRI Conference
This blog considers the use of participatory methods based on discussions in 2021 at the Eu-SPRI Conference. During the 2021 Eu-SPRI conference (1), Paula Kivimaa in her keynote speech highlighted the importance of including a social justice perspective in the design and implementation of transformative innovation policy. With this idea in mind, we convened … from Participatory methods and methodologies for a more just transition: Reflections from the 2021 Eu-SPRI Conference
Power to the people? The role of citizen collectives in fighting climate change
This video records a conversation between Johan Schot and Tine de Moor on the construction of commons and the role of commons in fostering social movements and collective action. In pre-modern times commons or citizen collectives were an important mode of governance, in which groups of people collectively managed and used a collective resource, … from Power to the people? The role of citizen collectives in fighting climate change
Organising participation in Transformative Innovation Policy
This blog explores the use of tools to foster ongoing participation in TIP work based on an engagement activity in the 2019 TIP conference. During the main engagement activity on Day 2 of the TIPC Conference, groups of participants were tasked with entering an in-depth discussion on a specified topic. Our group consisted of 11 … from Organising participation in Transformative Innovation Policy
Citizen engagement within the Latin American and Caribbean HUB for TIP
Resources from the Latin American and Caribbean HUB for TIP address participatory approaches for creating protected spaces for regional governance, and for inclusivity within cancer care, in Colombia.
Latam HUB Banco de proyectos de IT en el Valle del Cauca
This is a Spanish language report on creating protected spaces in the context of Valle del Cauca, Colombia: Creando espacios de experimentación en la gobernanza regional: Banco de proyectos de Innovación Transformativa en el Valle del Cauca … from Latam HUB Banco de proyectos de IT en el Valle del Cauca
Creating spaces for experimentation in regional governance: Bank of Transformative Innovation projects in Valle del Cauca
This is an English language report on creating protected spaces in the context of Valle del Cauca, Colombia. Report to be imported from https://hubinnovaciontransformativa.net/creando-espacios-de-experimentacion-en-la-gobernanza-regional-banco-de-proyectos-de-innovacion-transformativa-en-el-valle-del-cauca/ … from Creating spaces for experimentation in regional governance: Bank of Transformative Innovation projects in Valle del Cauca
Co-creation for policy
These resources introduce the the ‘co-creation for policy’ tuner, a self-assessment checklist for the design of policy co-creation processes, which was adapted by TIPC and Cristian Matti at the Joint Research Centre at the European Commission to create a Miro tool for the Resource Lab.
Tool: Co-creation for policy tuner
Co-creation is a guiding principle for TIP, vital for ensuring that multiple perspectives can be understood and visions of alternative practice aligned. This tool was developed by TIPC and Cristian Matti at the Joint Research Centre at the European Commission to bring to life – in an online workshop setting – the ‘co-creation for policy’ … from Tool: Co-creation for policy tuner
Applying the tuner: From co-creation to actionable knowledge
This guide, prepared by the European Commission Joint Research Centre and EIT’s Climate-KIC, outlines ways to employ co-creation as a tool in policy making. Chapter 5 introduces the tuner as a tool for sense-making, knowledge creation and decision-making, while Chapter 6 provides examples of application in workshop settings. … from Applying the tuner: From co-creation to actionable knowledge
Insights from the Nordic fireside
In these videos, pairs of TIPC policy practitioners and researchers reflect candidly on the co-creation process: how it is inherently difficult, yet can contribute to second-order learning once we can move through the inevitable ‘crisis points’; how it brings up discomfort and a loss of identity; and the roles and the skills needed to engage effectively in co-creation for TIP.
At the Nordic fireside: Conversations on co-creation between researchers and policymakers
An introduction to the Nordic fireside chat series, a collection of video voice recordings between policymakers and researchers from Norway, Sweden and Finland explaining the motivation for the chats and identifying some of the key topics discussed. Throughout history people have sat by the fire and created meaning. They’ve established stories; deepened relationships; and … from At the Nordic fireside: Conversations on co-creation between researchers and policymakers
The Swedish Fireside: Josefin Lundström and Diana Velasco
This video is a voice recording of a fireside chat between a Vinnova analyst and a TIPC researcher offering personal reflections on the frustrations and achievements in constructing a collaborative relationship. … from The Swedish Fireside: Josefin Lundström and Diana Velasco
The Finnish Fireside: Heli Karljalainen and Paula Kivimaa
A video voice recording of a conversation between a Finnish policymaker and a TIPC researcher on how ideas about co-creation are employed in the Finnish context. … from The Finnish Fireside: Heli Karljalainen and Paula Kivimaa
The European Fireside: Cristian Matti and Johan Schot
This is a video voice recording of a conversation between a TIPC researcher and a practitioner from EIT Climate-KIC that reflects on the roles and skills needed to effectively engaged in co-creation of policy. … from The European Fireside: Cristian Matti and Johan Schot
The Norwegian Fireside: Elisabeth Gulbrandsen, Per Koch and Carla Alvial Palavicino
A video voice recording of a discussion between an advisor to the Norwegian Research Council, a Norwegian research and journalist and a member of the TIPC research team about the enabling conditions for reflexivity and the tensions between power and second order learning. … from The Norwegian Fireside: Elisabeth Gulbrandsen, Per Koch and Carla Alvial Palavicino