BioGov.net will identify existing actions of good governance approaches on training and skills-building in the Bioeconomy in our 8 regions, taking into account infrastructure, technological capacities, design/art and culture, as well as training accessibility, potential of social innovation and new engagement approaches.
BioGov.net will assess the regions’ specificities, such as economic/cultural characteristics, smart specialization areas, regulatory/political barriers, social attitudes, educational/training availabilities and skills and jobs in demand in the bioeconomy, in order to develop governance and training resources tailored to the regions.
BioGov.net will bring together key actors from i) research/academia, ii) industry/businesses, iii) policy and iv) society into 8 regional Communities of Practice, that will operate in their region to:
- Increase awareness about the bio-systems and their governance;
- Define and Assess key drivers for skills-building in the bioeconomy;
- Validate training and mentoring guidelines and governance models for a larger uptake;
- Spur social innovation in the current bio system;
BioGov.net’s guidelines will support permanent learning and re-training in areas related to the bioeconomy and will also ensure the inclusion of novel opportunities coming from art, culture and (eco) design inspirations with added value for the bioeconomy.