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Research Social platform On Migration and Asylum

Deliverables

Council Presidency European Workshop @M26

The workshop informs EU policy-making about the evolving issues for the EU policy agenda and the interim findings of the project. In Finland, second half of 2019.

Establishment of the Advisory Board @M1

This deliverable is intended as the establishment and engagement of the Advisory Board including representatives from EU institutions. The AB feeds current policy developments into the project, reflects on interim results and acts as multiplier for results and recommendations. It also offers input for the identification of the policy trends and unmet needs.

Establishment of the Advisory Board @M26

Final composition of the AB including representatives from EU institutions.

Social Research Panel Survey @M10

A survey on national policy perceptions and responses involving the participants of the national stakeholder workshops (Tasks 1.4 and 2.2) to test these findings at national level.

EU launch event @M26

Presenting the paths to reform on asylum, migration and integration at the end of the second annual cycle of the project.

EU launch event @M12

Presenting the paths to reform on asylum, migration and integration at the end of the first annual cycle of the project.

Transnational launch events @M26

9 transnational thematic launch events: 3 on asylum, 3 on migration and 3 on integration. EUR will be responsible of 6 of them, taking place in capital cities across the EU, will promote the outcome of the two research cycles. Social Platform, Picum and Eurocities will organize 1 transnational thematic launch events each to promote the outcome of the two research cycles within their networks.

National stakeholder outreach & feedback summary reports @M6

Nine topical expert papers per year will summarise the outcome of the national stakeholder outreach & feedback, focusing on the possible consequences of the evolving EU agenda in specific national contexts. Particular attention will be given to ensuring the maximum impact on all Member States.

Monthly expert interviews @M1

The interviews with key stakeholder experts will be recorded on a monthly base to provide easily understandable, up-to-date and accessible evidence on the most recent EU developments on asylum, migration and integration.

Monthly expert interviews @M24

24 interviews with key stakeholder experts providing easily understandable, up-to-date and accessible evidence on the most recent EU developments on asylum, migration and integration.

Synthetic report on EU-level policy perceptions and responses @M10

Approaching the end of the first annual cycle, the SG will hold consultations through 3 thematic Task Forces on migration, asylum and integration led by Eurocities and CEPS, including the Advisory Board and selected key EU stakeholders, asking participants to share their insight about the decision-making processes and to outline the underlying reasons of the specific policy choices.

Synthetic state-of-the-art expert policy briefs @M5

Building on the lessons learnt from the trend tracking tool, the Social Research Panel Survey, consultations with the Steering Group and the Advisory Board and the ‘ask the expert’ policy briefs, this will include 3 expert summaries on agenda setting and 6 expert summaries on current policy trends. These reports will be the major impetus for the first part of the first annual project cycle.

Synthetic policy briefs @M23

They include the most effective policy options on the available policy options on 3 agenda-setting and 6 policy responding topics, taking into account the results of the transnational feedback meetings of the second annual cycle.

Synthetic report on EU-level policy perceptions and responses @M22

Approaching the end of the second annual cycle, the SG will hold consultations through 3 thematic Task Forces on migration, asylum and integration led by Eurocities and CEPS, including the Advisory Board and selected key EU stakeholders, asking participants to share their insight about the decision-making processes and to outline the underlying reasons of the specific policy choices.

"""Ask the expert"" policy briefs @M2"

Contributing to and complementing the state-of-the-art expert policy briefs (D4), there will be 3 separate ‘ask the expert’ policy briefs, 1 on asylum, 1 on migration and 1 on integration. Reacting to current events and developments that shape the European migration and integration debate during the duration of the project, these policy briefs will provide timely, evidence-based input to public debates as they unfold and feed in the overall process of identifying the unmet needs and defining policy trends.

Synthetic Policy briefs @M20

They outline the most effective policy options built on the input papers by the lead experts (ISMU and EUR). They will be on the available policy options on 3 agenda-setting and 6 policy responding topics identified during the second annual cycle.

"""Ask the expert"" policy briefs @M5"

Contributing to and complementing the state-of-the-art expert policy briefs (D4), there will be 3 separate ‘ask the expert’ policy briefs, 1 on asylum, 1 on migration and 1 on integration. Reacting to current events and developments that shape the European migration and integration debate during the duration of the project, these policy briefs will provide timely, evidence-based input to public debates as they unfold and feed in the overall process of identifying the unmet needs and defining policy trends.

Final synthetic reports @M24

"At the end of the second annual cycle, they will bring together lessons learnt from both the national and European level consultations together with the complementary desk research and the ""ask the expert"" analyses."

ReSOMA platform @M26

This deliverable is intended as the final online version of ReSOMA platform with all tools and contents available and updated. ReSOMA platform represents the communication and engagement hub for the entire project, the development of the platform will be on the responsability of EY.

Ongoing fact-checking Twitter service @M26

At the end of the project the ReSOMA Twitter account represent a tool providing evidence gathered from stakeholders, partners and lead experts.

ReSOMA platform @M2

This deliverable is intended as the online version of ReSOMA platform with the first tools and contents available. ReSOMA platform represents the communication and engagement hub for the entire project, the development of the platform will be on the responsability of EY using the IT service of specialised subcontractor. The platform will be developed through design thinking and user centred techniques that guarantee an innovative and seamless experience to all the users stakeholder such as policy makers, scholars as well as simple citizens: thanks to the constant monitoring/feedback of Ismu and the other stakeholders.

Ongoing fact-checking Twitter service @M1

This tool will focus on engaging in and responding to the wider public debate through feeding in evidence provided by lead experts in the project. EY will be the main responsible of the development of the tool.