This document provides guidance on how to design Mobilisation and Mutual Learning events that are informed by validated challenges identified by BIOVOICES to co-create actionable, acceptable and responsible outcomes that support the uptake of innovative boil-based solutions.
The overall aim of this report is to develop the guidelines for the design of the BIOVOICES Mobilisation and Mutual Learning (MML) approach that are relevant, attractive and motivating for the quadruple helix stakeholders to contribute and finally to deliver impactful outcomes (policy recommendations, action plans, agreements, further collaboration, etc.).
This report aims at identifying the quadruple helix stakeholders’ interests and motivations to participate in the BIOVOICES MMLs (Mobilisation and Mutual Learning) community. It analyses within a comparative framework data collected in 82 interviews conducted by the 13 partners
of the project distributed among 10 countries (Estonia, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, and the United Kingdom). Its goal is to identify the relevant challenges to prepare future MML events and feed the BIOVOICES MML platform, thus contributing to foster an open dialogue and co-creation of knowledge among all participants.