Working paper with summary of the interview findings, definition and description of product examples for the pilot studies
First briefing report on the nanotechnology R&I policy context as input to method developments and background material for the pilot studies
It will make a specialised communication plan that secures communication interlinks between the research results from the Pilot Studies and the outreach and communication activities. Subtasks include: timing of communication activities, develop concepts for the communication activities, division of specific responsibilities, map main target groups (policy-makers, project officers, national research focal points etc.), visual identity and style guidelines, and coordinate outreach and communication activities in all the WP’s of the project.
Working Paper on the designs and outcomes of workshop round 1
Report on lessons learned from previous MML projects on multi-stakeholder co-creation and public engagement
A first evaluation report focusing on the activities in the first half of the project
Background report for each of the selected topic areas
Methods and manual for the pilot studies
Briefing report containing the outcome of the face-to-face deliberation and envisioning workshops with the citizens as input for the co-creation workshops with the professional stakeholders
R&I background production for pilot studies, including the standard materials in English, and all the translated materials from the hosts of the pilot studies
Report on the role of values and culture in societal debates, and design requirement coming from differing culture and communication traditions as well as from gender concerns
The task will develop the website for the GoNano project. The website will include information about aims and objectives, activities, events, results, etc. The website will ensure transparency of and public access to the results and on-going work, from kick-off to the end of the project. The website will be divided into section clearly relevant to specific stakeholder groups (policy, research (ETPs), industry, business, consumers groups and citizens. The project website will integrate modules to the social media accounts of the projects and it will integrate access to the co-creation platform. The co-creation platform is developed in task 2.1 and facilitates the engagement activities of WP3 and WP4, as well as the policy outreach, training and empowerment activities of WP5 and WP6. The website will integrate the knowledge database produced in WP1.
Presentation on the project, aims and objectives, methods, consortium, etc. at the beginning of the project. This will include the production of a downloadable flyer, poster, press release, short presentation video, and communication design templates.
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