Living Knowledge stream

For those not able to come to the Living Knowledge Conference, all plenary and semi-plenary sessions were streamed, starting 9 am CET. You can rewatch the streams as well, on a time that is more convenient for you.

Streaming session timetable day 1 – Wednesday June 29th 2022

09:00-10:00 – Opening and welcome – Henk Mulder, Norbert Steinhaus, Saskia Visser and the local Science Shopn team, together with Esther Jansen (Undisturbed foundation) and Wieke Steenbruggen (student)
10:00-11:00 – Synergies in Public Engagement and Co-Creation. With Kate Morris (Campus Engage Ireland) and Rowinda Appelman (City Deal Kennis Maken). Chair: Sphie Duncan (National Coordinating Center for Public Engagement, UK)
11:00-11:30 Break
11:30-12:30 Session: The INSPIRES legacy: an EU-funded international project to support (new) Science Shops. Chair: Leonardo de la Torre-Ávila, IS-Global, Barcelona.

Streaming session day 2 – Thursday June 30th 2022

09:00-10:30 – A critical reflection on research with and for society in a world of contested expertise. Panel discussion with Rajesh Tandon (PRIA), Lisa Herzog (University of Groningen), Claudia Göbel (Institute for Higher Education Research Halle-Wittenberg). Chair: Nick Nieuwenhuijsen (Groningen Council member 2019-2022). Introduction by Marc Pauly (Knowledge Centre Philosophy, University of Groningen)
10:30-11:00 – Break
11:00-12:30 – Panel: Celebrating Living Indigenous Knowledge and Healing Relationships: Sharing the Living Knowledge Lab Communicty-Campus-Indigenous Partnership from Coast Salish Homelands/ West Coast of Canada. Chair: Maeve Lydon (Living Lab – University of Victoria, Canada)

Streaming session day 3 – July 1st 2022

09:00-10:30 Diverse participatory inclusion in research: Five research presentations. Chair: Reka Matolay (Science Shop Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary)
10:30-11:30 The Ideas Fund, Semi-plenary session with Chris Manion (British Science Association, UK) and others. Chair: Henk Mulder.
11:30-12:00 Closing session – Looking back at the conference and forward: what have we learned and what should happen next?