TIPC’s Open Learning Series brings together researchers, funders, policy practitioners, consultants and other agents of transition for practical insights, shared learning and enquiry. We welcome diverse perspectives from people around the world working on transformative change . Sessions often include a short networking component to help participants meet one another, so please ensure you can join in, with cameras on if possible. This event will be delivered in English.
Co-creation for policy with a wide range of actors – including governments, civil society and business at all levels – is essential for building the capacity to act in complex and uncertain circumstances.
To support the journey of transformational processes, co-creation for policy needs to take place at all levels of governance. Agency (capacity to act) varies from actor to actor and depends on the context.
How best to organise this capacity? Which actors are best suited to act at which stages? Understanding the potential of the co-creation process to enable multi-actor agency can play a vital role in developing policies and interventions in the coming decades.
Using examples at project, programme and multi-location levels, this webinar will illustrate processes and practises that support building multi-actor agency through co-creation processes in the context of strategic intervention areas to address sustainability transitions.
The session will be led by Cristian Matti, Policy Analyst at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre. Cristian has more than 20 years of experience across 18 countries in Europe and South America, and has collaborated with TIPC in a number of areas, including most recently, tools for the co-creation of policy in the TIP Resource Lab.
Cristian specialises in designing and implementing experiments and co-creation for policy processes in a multi-stakeholder environment. He has contributed to research and innovation projects on systemic innovation policy, sustainability transitions and capacity development processes across cultures and sectors. He currently works on the development of science-policy interfaces in the EU Policy Lab, drawing on Foresight, Design and Behavioural Insights. He is also a Lecturer on participatory methods and co-creation for policy for the PhD Programme on Economics of Innovation coordinated by the Center for Research on Transformation (CENIT), Argentina.