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Science Shop as a tool for Stakeholders engagement. First experience at the Institut Pasteur de Tunis in the context of the H2020 InSPIRES project B

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Science shops are one of the best tools when it comes to building a “science with and for society” project. They are entities where scientific research is carried out in a wide range of disciplines together with citizens and local civil society. By applying RRI principles, SS give the opportunity to different type of actors (researchers, CSO’s, students, decision makers, citizens) to be involved in the design and the implementation of research projects.
As a public institution, Institut Pasteur de Tunis (IPT) is committed to answer in a socially responsible way to public health needs in line with RRI principles. In Tunisia, most of the Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have to develop their capacities in setting and implementing collaborative projects to answer the needs of the society.

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Science Shop as a tool for Stakeholders engagement. First experience at the Institut Pasteur de Tunis in the context of the H2020 InSPIRES project B

  1. 1. SUPPO RTCIVIL SOCIETY 10% 20% 40% PROJET COLLABORAT IF Etudiants Encadrants Chercheurs Société Civile ?? ? Boutiquedes sciences The project is implemented by a Master student selected, with the support of the SS, and tutored by the CSO representative and the researcher. yThe pilot project was born from a demand formulated b the Tunisian Association for Information and Orientation on HIV/AIDS and Toxicomania (ATIOST). Innovative Impact for Science and Society The implementation of this pilot project induced a transformative change for the different actors involved in the project, as they acquired knowledge, new expertise and gained experience and both ensured better social engagement to answer social needs. They are convinced of the added value of this approach and by the opportunities that it brings. This first project will help developing best practice guidelines, a toolkit for implementation of SS at the national and regional levels and promote the efficiency of involving different stakeholders in research projects. For the second year, building on this first experience, IPT Science Shop plan to implement two or three SS projects. The challenge will be to diversify the profiles of the projects and involve new stakeholder according to the fields. Collect of social needs «Science Together» collaborated with the tunisian CSO antplatform «Jamaity». This stakeholder played an import role as a bridge between «Science together» and the tunisian CSO’s. A call for proposals was published on the platform website to collect social needs. Selection of social needs A committee composed by «Science together» and its stakeholders (Certe, React, AJC..), made a selection between 36 social needs submitted by tunisian CSO’S Selection of the student Reformulation of the selected need The CSO representative, the researcher and the selected student reformulate the social need into a research project. Project implementation The team composed by the student, the researcher, the CSO representative, co-create the research project in a collaborative way. The project is followed by a steering committee to identify and overcome challenges that came out during the project implementation Members of ATIOST with the Master student Aly Bouzwida, member of Jamaity introducing the infoday about the 2nd call to collect social needs A very active tunisian civil society involved in the decion making process «Science Together» and the stakeholders debriefing the first year of the Science Shop Science Shop as a tool for Stakeholders engagement. First experience at the Institut Pasteur de Tunis in the context of the H2020 InSPIRES project BENHASSINE Hichem, BENSAOUD Chayma, GHRABI Amine, CHOUIKHAAnissa, GHODHBANE Amira,TRIKI Henda, MAATOUG Sonia, HADHRI Najet, BOUSSELMI Latifa, ZAKRAOUI Lobna, GAMMAR Zeineb, BOUZWIDAAly, BOUABID Cyrine, ABDELHAK Sonia Context and objectives Science shops are one of the best tools when it comes to building a “science with and for society” project. They are entities where scientific research is carried out in a wide range of disciplines together with citizens and local civil society. By applying RRI principles, SS give the opportunity to different type of actors (researchers, CSO’s, students, decision makers, citizens) to be involved in the design and the implementation of research projects. As a public institution, Institut Pasteur de Tunis (IPT) is committed to answer in a socially responsible way to public health needs in line with RRI principles. In Tunisia, most of the Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have to develop their capacities in setting and implementing collaborative projects to answer the needs of the society. In the frame of an EU funded project,“Ingenious Science shops to promote Participatory Innovation, Research and Equity in Science” InSPIRES, IPT aimed to conduct a pilot project in order to set up the first SS in North Africa called “Science together-‫ﺎﻨﻀﻌﺑ‬ ‫ﻊﻣ‬ ‫”ﻢﻠﻌﻟﺍ‬ and it has integrated the involvement of different stakeholders as a “work principle”. Methodologies: Co-Creation for Sustainability and Empowerment

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