Communication materials: videos, e-newsletters or project blog addressed to key stakeholders.
A public website will be the basis for the wide diffusion of project information. It will contain information on: the project (e.g. scope, objectives, time schedule, activities and results); public materials (e.g. communication toolkit, documents and videos) of the project; agenda of dissemination and communication activities.
It will include: - Visual identity of the project (logo, graphical chart for project documents). - Brochure and other creative supports as required.
Training materials used in ARUs to: - Identify interested stakeholders. - Identify VCs, attention and inclusion practices, and evaluation criteria. - Implement the working methodology. - Assess practices.
Identification of needs regarding software tools in the project. It includes a first stage of traditional requirements elicitation through interviews with users, and then needs extracted from feedback and observation of actual project tasks in other WPs.
It will include: - Plans for events and publications, with guidelines for publishing in open access. - Plan for project’s media. - Planning of communication actions. - Indicators of success.
The Ethics Plan will contain the procedures to be followed by all the participants. In particular, for the ARUs:: 1) Issues on data collection. 2) Interviews. 3) Informed consent. 4) Anonymity of interviewed people. 5) Compensation to participants. 6) Gender perspective 7) Multi-functional teams. 8) Regular participatory assessments with representatives of all target groups. 9) Multi-perspective analysis.
The work methodology describes how to perform the analytical and evaluation works, and practical arrangements in the other tasks and WPs. It covers: - Techniques to gather information on refugees, host communities and organizations, and practices. - Procedures to apply the Ethics plan in refugees’ research. - Evaluation techniques. - Analysis of patterns for interaction with stakeholders. - Rewarding/valorisation strategies for stakeholders
The Privacy Plan will be focused on security and confidentiality of data in the software of the project. It will include the measures to avoid any undesired disclose of information.
Catalogue of attention and inclusion practices for FDP in the EU influence area. Practices will be characterised in terms of: - target group - objectives - requirements - type of host community - actual results - and evaluation by actors - related artefacts
The DMP will describe the data management life cycle for all data sets that will be collected, processed or generated by the research project. It will also specify the methodology and standards for the data management, and whether these data will be shared and/or made open, and how it will be curated and preserved. The DMP deliverable will comply with the template provided by the EC in 'ANNEX 1: Horizon 2020 FAIR Data Management Plan (DMP) template'.