Join ENoLL & JRC group on Regulatory Learning
On Tuesday 29 March at 11:00 am CEST, participate in the first meeting of ENoLL and JRC’s new Joint Working group on Regulatory Learning. The goal is to:
- Discover how to embed regulatory knowledge in Living Lab projects
- Support the implementation of innovation projects and regulation
The links between Regulatory Learning & Living Labs
Did you know that Living Labs are never purely technical? They always come with various governance and regulatory implications.
This means that Living Labs innovators need to fit their complex projects into existing regulatory frameworks.
It goes without saying that understanding and managing multiple regulatory rules can be demanding in terms of time and knowledge.
Moreover, regulators need to keep up with the rapid pace of innovation to understand if existing regulation is fit for purpose.
The solution? A greater focus on Living Labs!
Living Labs indeed represent a practical and versatile tool to address the information and implementation gaps concerning the regulatory framework.
Why? Because the participation of stakeholders and users, which is the basis of the Living Labs concept, allows to:
- Identify at an early stage the limitations of regulation
- Anticipate the changes needed
Moreover, as end-users become part of new, innovative business models, it is even more important to collect their feedback when updating rules.
A new ENoLL & JRC Working Group focused on Regulatory Learning
ENoLL and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) continue their efforts to mainstream Living Labs in EU policy-making.
Together, we have the opportunity to further promote Living Labs as a participatory and responsive policy-support instrument.
That’s wht we have created a new Joint Working group on Regulatory Learning.
Don’t miss the first meeting of this group, which is scheduled on Tuesday 29 March at 11:00 am CEST.
Want to register? Click here and complete our 10-minute survey.
It will help us to collect preliminary information on the relationships between Living Labs and regulatory frameworks.
The survey is available until 4 March and will be the starting point for discussions during our kick-off meeting on 29 March.
We are looking forward to discovering your ideas!