REPAiR: REsource Management in Peri-urban AReas: Going Beyond Urban Metabolism: D 8.6 Detailed Dissemination Plan and Dissemination Kit

Dennis Cerić, Libera Amenta, Anna Attademo

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Abstract

The Detailed Dissemination Plan and Dissemination Kit is a strategic document for the beneficiaries helping them to establish the bases for their dissemination activities. It is a more detailed version of the Basic Dissemination Plan and Corporate Identity, deliverables of the REPAiR project D 8.3 and D 8.1,
respectively. The general objective of this deliverable is to maximise the impacts of the results of REPAiR research project. There are four key audiences (main target groups) for this research, these are: (1) Researchers; (2) Decision and/or policy makers involved in European Circular Economy; (3) Non-governmental organisations and the general public; and (4) students. Dissemination activities of the REPAiR project are planned through well-targeted mechanisms through three main dissemination lines will be applied: (1) Internet communication – website (www.h2020repair.eu), social media, mailing list(s) and newsletter; (2) Publications – open access articles in leading peer-reviewed academic journals, press releases, features in printed press (and online media); (3) Events and Networks - national and international conferences, seminars and workshops, academic courses, practice-oriented workshops. All three lines will address the four key audiences. The effectiveness and success of REPAiR dissemination mechanisms are measured during the entire lifespan of the project. The Detailed Dissemination Plan is assumed to be a living document. It evolves and becomes more precise and substantial during the lifespan of the project, reflecting the steps undertaken to protect, exploit and disseminate the generated results. Therefore the Plan is presented in annex of the document.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDelft University of Technology
Number of pages26
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2017

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