Technology Assessment (TA) aims at broadening the knowledge base of policy decisions. The TA Portal is providing access to all kind of TA relevant information.
Engage2020 is a project funded by the European Commission (DG Research) looking at research, innovation and related activities and exploring how members of society are involved today, and perhaps more importantly how they could be in the future.
It is a novel method for civic engagement. The Adaptive Transition Initiative has translated this method of civic engagement into rural contexts.
Socio-Technical Integration Research (STIR) has developed a novel technique of real-time engagement of natural scientists and engineers in responsible research and innovation. The Adaptive Transition Initiative has used this concept to introduce small changes in field research implementation through constant interactions between plant breeders and social scientists.
Better Evaluation is an international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing and generating information about options (methods or processes) and approaches.
The Outcome Mapping Learning Community (OMLC) is a registered not-for-profit organization in Belgium (register number 0541857935) and governed by the Board of Stewards. It is a global, informal, open membership network for sharing information and facilitating learning on using Outcome Mapping for planning, monitoring and evaluating complex interventions.
The Centre is a non-profit organization established to promote quality standards and best practice for the development and implementation of Theory of Change, with a particular focus on its use and application in the areas of international development, sustainability, education, human rights, and social change.
This website summarizes underlying scientific and practical insights that are based on the knowledge network on system innovations and transitions.
This is an approach to mobilize communities to eliminate open defecation (OD). The Adaptive Transition Initiative builds on the existing ODF tools that enable the community to separate human feces from contacts and proposes a groundbreaking approach to separate human feces getting into water bodies.