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    Authors: LAZHAR BENALLAL;

    Between reality and fiction, the unexpected appearance of SARS-COV2 on a global scale raises several questions about its true origin and what perspective on its long-term evolution.

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    Authors: Wallace, Doireann; de Moura Rocha Lima, Giovanna; Sessa, Carlo; Ohlmeyer, Jane;

    This second SHAPE-ID policy brief presents additional recommendations to policymakers and funders on increasing and improving the quality of meaningful arts, humanities and social sciences integration in inter- and transdisciplinary research, maximising effective responses to societal challenges. Interest in interdisciplinarity, policy narratives around innovation, and the increased attention to research impact, are highly intertwined in contemporary funding policy.1 If we understand societal impact in a broad manner as those changes that “affect the cultural, economic, and social life of individuals, organizations, and institutions”2, the need for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research (IDR/TDR) with arts, humanities and social sciences (AHSS) involvement makes perfect sense. Disciplines that deeply study the human experience, individuals, societies and cultures understand them in a nuanced way, sensitive to context, beliefs, values, interpretations and history, and are surely necessary to help tackle problems rooted in these human and societal contexts. In this brief, we present recommendations to policymakers to increase and improve the quality of AHSS integration in IDR/TDR, thereby increasing the potential for societal impact from such research. Recommendations are supported by evidence from a series of expert stakeholder workshops organised by SHAPE-ID throughout Europe.

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    Authors: Sessa, Carlo; Galvini, Giorgia;

    Between December 2019 and October 2020, SHAPE-ID organised a series of six learning case workshops to consult expert stakeholders on improving pathways to interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research (IDR/TDR) incorporating the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) in the context of addressing societal challenges. Some workshops (Dublin, Zurich) focused on broader questions around obstacles, enablers and processes of integration, while others addressed specific research challenges: how funding programmes could better involve Environmental Humanities perspectives in topics addressing environmental challenges (Edinburgh); how to enable Education for Urban Sustainability (Turin); how to reduce barriers to cooperation between Digital Humanities research and Cultural Heritage Institutions (Warsaw); and how to develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Social Good (Bilbao). The first three workshops were held in person, with the remaining three held online due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. A comprehensive report of the workshop series has been produced as project deliverable D3.2 (Galvini et al., 2020). The current report aims to identify the full set of recommendations and practical measures emerging from the workshops to maximise the impact of IDR/TDR integrating AHSS on society. This is complemented by a Policy Brief (Wallace et al., 2021), which distils key recommendations for policymakers on maximising AHSS integration in IDR/TDR to provide effective responses to societal challenges. To organise recommendations emerging from the full workshop series, the current report develops a conceptual model using seven categories outlined by in a recent Joint Research Council report as essential to understanding our political nature: misperception and disinformation; collective intelligence; emotions; value and identity; framing, metaphor and narrative; trust and openness; and evidence-informed policy (Mair et al., 2019). The model, presented in Section 3, was considered as a helpful way of outlining a pathway to impact that accounts for the role of IDR/TDR with AHSS integration and has been used as a way of organising our workshop findings in Section 4. A first set of recommendations is broader in scope, highlighting the value of the AHSS to better contextualise science advice to policy – the so called “applied humanities” – delivering context-sensitive research, reflectivity and a longer term view of problems and factors, the capacity to widen the scope of research and innovation to include broader societal and human-centric perspectives, and the contribution to strategic foresight informed by the greater capacity of the AHSS to understand the full complexity of the present context. These recommendations are supported by examples of possible mission-driven IDR/TDR integrating AHSS to address societal challenges, such as climate change, ageing and the social impact and regulation of digital technologies. Other recommendations are more focused on specific categories, highlighting: the capacity of the AHSS to redefine research problems to centralise the human dimension – e.g. the importance of narrative to support climate change research and policy missions; the need to take emotions, ethics and societal and individual values into account – e.g. in designing technology, or in policymaking for an ageing society; the role of artists, artist-led techniques and tools for sentiment analysis to discover and handle the impact of emotions; the role of applied humanities research to address the problems of misinformation, disinformation and the crisis of democracy; and last but not least, the capacity of well-structured IDR/TDR integrating the AHSS to cultivate the ground for collective intelligence, within and outside academia, supporting dialogue among disciplines, higher education institutions and the wider civil society, triggering teams and networks to co-create solutions for joint missions.

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    Authors: Ron Dekker; Laura Morales;

    The EC has requested Research Infrastructures and RI Projects to respond how they can set up possible actions that can be oriented towards the objective to create a European data platform for COVID-19 related information exchange. Our goal is to remove barriers that hinder high-quality, reproducible science leading to evidence-based interventions, such as Non-availability of relevant data – over countries, from various sources. Some data might be lost forever if they are not collected in due course. Need for a data panel to collect actions, attitudes and behaviours of citizens. We need a coordinated, web-based platform to collect data of citizens. This must be done in multiple countries (languages, cultural differences). Limited accessibility of data. Some data require security or privacy-protection measures and can only be accessed by remote access techniques. Difficulties of finding the data (by humans and machines),There is a massive data lake on social behaviour. Depending on the type of the crisis we need to filter out relevant data quickly. This is hindered due to lack of standardised descriptions (metadata) and physical spread of the data over countries and locations. Extensive efforts needed to combine data (over countries, over types of data), Multilinguality and differences in data types hinder data comparison and data integration, and would require large and time consuming efforts by researchers. The Data Portal should be designed to become a Scientific Commons and Virtual Collection on all the relevant (non-medical) social and political/policy data on the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences. It should cover data and research from the multiple disciplines that are relevant (e.g. demography, economics, linguistics/natural language processing, media and communication studies, migration studies, political science, psychology, sociology, urban studies, etc.). It should incorporate the great variety of data formats (official statistics, surveys, registers, social media, qualitative, multi-media data, etc.) in which data relating to the COVID-19 emergency

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    Authors: LAZHAR BENALLAL;

    Between reality and fiction, the unexpected appearance of SARS-COV2 on a global scale raises several questions about its true origin and what perspective on its long-term evolution.

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    Authors: Wallace, Doireann; de Moura Rocha Lima, Giovanna; Sessa, Carlo; Ohlmeyer, Jane;

    This second SHAPE-ID policy brief presents additional recommendations to policymakers and funders on increasing and improving the quality of meaningful arts, humanities and social sciences integration in inter- and transdisciplinary research, maximising effective responses to societal challenges. Interest in interdisciplinarity, policy narratives around innovation, and the increased attention to research impact, are highly intertwined in contemporary funding policy.1 If we understand societal impact in a broad manner as those changes that “affect the cultural, economic, and social life of individuals, organizations, and institutions”2, the need for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research (IDR/TDR) with arts, humanities and social sciences (AHSS) involvement makes perfect sense. Disciplines that deeply study the human experience, individuals, societies and cultures understand them in a nuanced way, sensitive to context, beliefs, values, interpretations and history, and are surely necessary to help tackle problems rooted in these human and societal contexts. In this brief, we present recommendations to policymakers to increase and improve the quality of AHSS integration in IDR/TDR, thereby increasing the potential for societal impact from such research. Recommendations are supported by evidence from a series of expert stakeholder workshops organised by SHAPE-ID throughout Europe.

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    Authors: Sessa, Carlo; Galvini, Giorgia;

    Between December 2019 and October 2020, SHAPE-ID organised a series of six learning case workshops to consult expert stakeholders on improving pathways to interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research (IDR/TDR) incorporating the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) in the context of addressing societal challenges. Some workshops (Dublin, Zurich) focused on broader questions around obstacles, enablers and processes of integration, while others addressed specific research challenges: how funding programmes could better involve Environmental Humanities perspectives in topics addressing environmental challenges (Edinburgh); how to enable Education for Urban Sustainability (Turin); how to reduce barriers to cooperation between Digital Humanities research and Cultural Heritage Institutions (Warsaw); and how to develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Social Good (Bilbao). The first three workshops were held in person, with the remaining three held online due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. A comprehensive report of the workshop series has been produced as project deliverable D3.2 (Galvini et al., 2020). The current report aims to identify the full set of recommendations and practical measures emerging from the workshops to maximise the impact of IDR/TDR integrating AHSS on society. This is complemented by a Policy Brief (Wallace et al., 2021), which distils key recommendations for policymakers on maximising AHSS integration in IDR/TDR to provide effective responses to societal challenges. To organise recommendations emerging from the full workshop series, the current report develops a conceptual model using seven categories outlined by in a recent Joint Research Council report as essential to understanding our political nature: misperception and disinformation; collective intelligence; emotions; value and identity; framing, metaphor and narrative; trust and openness; and evidence-informed policy (Mair et al., 2019). The model, presented in Section 3, was considered as a helpful way of outlining a pathway to impact that accounts for the role of IDR/TDR with AHSS integration and has been used as a way of organising our workshop findings in Section 4. A first set of recommendations is broader in scope, highlighting the value of the AHSS to better contextualise science advice to policy – the so called “applied humanities” – delivering context-sensitive research, reflectivity and a longer term view of problems and factors, the capacity to widen the scope of research and innovation to include broader societal and human-centric perspectives, and the contribution to strategic foresight informed by the greater capacity of the AHSS to understand the full complexity of the present context. These recommendations are supported by examples of possible mission-driven IDR/TDR integrating AHSS to address societal challenges, such as climate change, ageing and the social impact and regulation of digital technologies. Other recommendations are more focused on specific categories, highlighting: the capacity of the AHSS to redefine research problems to centralise the human dimension – e.g. the importance of narrative to support climate change research and policy missions; the need to take emotions, ethics and societal and individual values into account – e.g. in designing technology, or in policymaking for an ageing society; the role of artists, artist-led techniques and tools for sentiment analysis to discover and handle the impact of emotions; the role of applied humanities research to address the problems of misinformation, disinformation and the crisis of democracy; and last but not least, the capacity of well-structured IDR/TDR integrating the AHSS to cultivate the ground for collective intelligence, within and outside academia, supporting dialogue among disciplines, higher education institutions and the wider civil society, triggering teams and networks to co-create solutions for joint missions.

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    The EC has requested Research Infrastructures and RI Projects to respond how they can set up possible actions that can be oriented towards the objective to create a European data platform for COVID-19 related information exchange. Our goal is to remove barriers that hinder high-quality, reproducible science leading to evidence-based interventions, such as Non-availability of relevant data – over countries, from various sources. Some data might be lost forever if they are not collected in due course. Need for a data panel to collect actions, attitudes and behaviours of citizens. We need a coordinated, web-based platform to collect data of citizens. This must be done in multiple countries (languages, cultural differences). Limited accessibility of data. Some data require security or privacy-protection measures and can only be accessed by remote access techniques. Difficulties of finding the data (by humans and machines),There is a massive data lake on social behaviour. Depending on the type of the crisis we need to filter out relevant data quickly. This is hindered due to lack of standardised descriptions (metadata) and physical spread of the data over countries and locations. Extensive efforts needed to combine data (over countries, over types of data), Multilinguality and differences in data types hinder data comparison and data integration, and would require large and time consuming efforts by researchers. The Data Portal should be designed to become a Scientific Commons and Virtual Collection on all the relevant (non-medical) social and political/policy data on the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences. It should cover data and research from the multiple disciplines that are relevant (e.g. demography, economics, linguistics/natural language processing, media and communication studies, migration studies, political science, psychology, sociology, urban studies, etc.). It should incorporate the great variety of data formats (official statistics, surveys, registers, social media, qualitative, multi-media data, etc.) in which data relating to the COVID-19 emergency

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