Work Package 6

Work Package 6: Dissemination and Exploitation (Lead Organization: University of Nottingham Nigbo)

The dissemination mechanism will be implemented to maximize the visibility, capability, potential and impact of the journalism reporting course program in SDGs and vocational courses.

The dissemination will target four groups:

1. Faculty and academic personnel from partner and neighboring countries

2. Journalism students

3. Journalists, analysts, media organizations

4. Stakeholders and experts on SDGs.

Essential for the success of the course program and for the Research Units to thrive, it is important to include networking events and actions that can offer career guidance, bring stakeholders in contact with the students to establish a long-term and sustainable link with the labor market and make the course famous for the in-service journalists. They will coincide with the study visits. The goal is also to for, a universal scientific understanding of sustainable development as a basis for policy.

Representatives from the university administration, civil society, ministries of education and other educational institutional will be invited to the workshops. In order to ensure the widest possible audience dissemination, the material will be drafted in English and then translated to all consortium languages.


6.1 Dissemination Plan

6.2 SDGs_Reporting Website

6.3 Networking Events: UM

6.4 Exploitation and Sustainability planning

6.5 Portfolio of dissemination material: NGS

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Prof. Marcelo Martínez Hermida

Faculty of Communication Sciences, University of Santiago de Compostela

Avda de Castelao, s/n. Campus Norte, 15782 Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain)