Deusto Social Impact Briefings are brief monographic publications highlighting the University research capacity in knowledge areas with a high level of social relevance. These publications are addressed to social organisations, users, policy-makers and business and seek to ensure that research outcomes are intelligible to all the relevant social players. They also aim to provide social players with good practices, guidelines and recommendations helping them facing the challenges of social transformation.
How can artificial intelligence reduce road traffic accidents and prevent congestion?
Friendly cities for all: Service-learning for innovative and inclusive projects
Key factors to meet prevention and recycling targets for municipal solid waste: collection systems, environmental education programmes and taxation
Becoming an audience-centred organisation. Guidelines for developing an audience approach at cultural organisations