Dissemination Strategy

GENOVATE will disseminate project outcomes widely to maximise impact (see Work Package 8).  Project findings will be disseminated to the various target groups (policy makers in the European Union, member states and other international audience, decision makers in higher education, research and equality institutions, and other end users) through the following mechanisms:

  • Project website with information about the project, latest news, document databases (updated at least 4 times per year) for both internal consortium communication and external
  • Ongoing stakeholder engagement throughout the project, including participation in GENOVATE Conventions
  • In-country learning circles [x6] involving gender networks and key stakeholders
  • Endpoint international conference for the project

More specifically, Good Practice Guide brochures summarising key learning from across the implementation work packages will be produced for other interested institutions to disseminate best practices to the broader academic community at regional, national and/or international level.

Please see below both pdf and Word document versions of the GENOVATE Dissemination Strategy Graph:

GENOVATE Dissemination Graph (pdf, 216KB)

GENOVATE Dissemination Graph (docx, 216 KB)

Please see below both pdf and Word document versions of the GENOVATE Dissemination and Publications Strategy 2013 documents:

GENOVATE Dissemination and Publications Strategy 2013 (Docx 1.54MB)

GENOVATE Dissemination and Publications Strategy 2013 (Pdf 1.20MB)