SISCODE Webinar: Co-creation Ecosystems: Co-creation barriers and drivers


Co-design for Society in Innovation and Science (SISCODE) is a three-year-long EU funded Horizon 2020 project that aims to stimulate the use of co-creation methodologies in policy design, using bottom-design-driven methodologies to pollinate Responsible Research and Innovation, and Science Technology and Innovation Policies.


This webinar aims to exploit the knowledge acquired under work package 2 (WP2: Benchmark and compare co-creation cases across Europe) of the SISCODE project, hence to demonstrate and discuss the key valuable outcomes such as the discovery of potential and real drivers and barriers of co-creation as a process that can be institutionalized.




DATE AND TIME: 16 February 2021, 15.00 – 16:30 CET


EVENT ADDRESS: Online (zoom)






The webinar is open to all co-creation practitioners keen to gain insight into the findings and applications of co-creation discovered and later used by the SISCODE partners. Nonetheless, the main beneficiaries of this webinar are academics and researchers, mature co-creation practitioners, policy designers, EU-funded Research and Innovation projects and members of innovation communities who would like to explore the results of different co-creation stories and apply knowledge in their initiatives..


The webinar will be co-facilitated and moderated by SISCODE partners: Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) as the organiser, Technische Universität Dortmund (TUDO) as the speaker and Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI) as the co-facilitator.



1. Welcome and introduction to SISCODE | 10 min

2. Methodology of mapping, studying and analysing co-creation cases | 15 min

3. Illustration of drivers and barriers to institutionalisation of co-creation | 20 min

4. Choose your challenge and round-table discussion | 40 min 5. Feedback and closure | 5 min



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