AMBER attended and presented at SCI:COM22 in the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday 7th December. This years conference was engaging and insightful lead by Jonathan McCrea and SCI:COM team and sponsors Science Foundation Ireland and Pfizer.
Sharing insights that the AMBER Centre has gained through research with stakeholders across industry, academia, government, and civil society. The session incorporated the sharing of practices and methodology involved in carrying out an engaged research project on the circular economy. Additionally, reflections from varying stakeholders on their perspectives of partaking in this engaged research project will be explored. The session proved an excellent opportunity to not only present the case study example of engaged research on the circular economy, but gain further awareness, through dialogic exercises, of the attendees’ own views on participation and representation in circular economy research and policymaking.
Including input from two members of AMBERs youth committee participating for almost 6 years now since 4th class!
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