Objectives

The objectives of WP8 are the following:

  •  Ensure awareness raising for the project, profiling of the member regions and effective dissemination of the project activities and results.
  •  Encourage active communication of the project’s outputs to defined target groups and stakeholders such as regional stakeholders, decision-makers, political representatives of local authorities, regional, national and European institutions, industry, research institutions, and other relevant actors and initiatives in order to promote awareness and exploit activities related to the project results;
  •  Provide an accessible knowledge portfolio that will encourage learning and sustainability of the actions for future projects and actions e.g. The CoMMER;
  •  Share the outputs of the project in an innovative and engaging way with a target audience not usually targeted by European projects such as citizens and educational institutions. 

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The updated MIREU leaflet gives an overview of the project, the objectives of the project and the benefits of joining the network.
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The electric car revolution, together with the increasing demand for electronics and renewable energy technologies, has led to a rise in the prices for tin and lithium. It is expected that the demand...
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The aim of the MIREU Website Guide is to introduce the functions of the website and encourage the partners to use the website for sharing information and communicating with each other. The guide...
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The aim of the MIREU Social Media Guide is to ensure a unified approach by all project partners on social media and to maximise the visibility of the project’s activities and the engagement of the...
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The MIREU poster presents a brief overview of the project, such as project aim and project partners.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 776811 — H2020-SC5-2017.