This deliverable includes the analysis of SUPERA targets groups and key messages, the visual identity, a description of the main tools and channels adopted, the social media strategy, useful indications for the events management and a monitoring system with mitigation measures to adopt.
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This document is the updated version of our Communication and dissemination Plan (last review: May 2020): it is the main reference we use in order to plan and monitor all the dissemination and communication activities in SUPERA. Further updates will be issued in May 2021. Published under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (CC BY-SA 4.0).
The SUPERA tailor-made guidelines have been developed to provide guidance and useful advice to all the individuals that deal with communication responsibilities as a part of their role within research instititions and that would like to improve the gender-sensitiveness of their messages, in order to contribute to the definition of an inclusive and non-discriminatory tone of voice. The deliverable has been completed in April 2020 and will be disseminated after the approval by the EC.