Policy Brief 2.0


  1. Provide funds for collaborative innovation that
    • include novel modes of resource allocation like lump sums or flexible frameworks, allowing adaption, failure and experimentation
    • foster civil society engagement and make it an evaluation framework for learning
    • support learning communities and infrastructure for collaborative innovation
  2. Raise awareness and promoting good practice
    examples of

    • benefits and challenges of Quadruple Helix collaborations
    • democratic and transparent internal decision-making processes
    • training, collaboration methods and tools for reflection
  3. Offer policy instruments
    • to change the dominance of businessoriented
      innovation (policy)
    • to acknowledge various civil society groups: from CSOs, NGOs to interest groups and less privileged publics
    • for training programs, science communication and support infrastructure for innovation collaborations