The dissemination activities aim to promote the RED-Alert project and its activities around the world.
This report hereby details the extensive dissemination activities of the Horizon 2020 RED-Alert project. The dissemination activities run throughout the duration of the RED-Alert project started in June 2017. This report outlines the work carried out during a 12 months period starting in June 2017 and ending in May 2018 and was undertaken by all 15 project consortium members, led by the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT).
The report details the various methods of dissemination of the project used throughout the first 12 months of the project, including websites, social media outlets, newsletters, articles and publications, press-releases, events, meetings and conferences. In addition, it details each consortium member’s role in the dissemination plan, their individual efforts thus far and their dissemination role in the project’s future.
During the period between June 2017 and May 2018 the consortium partners, led by ICT, had carried out the RED-Alert project dissemination plan and marketing through social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) and each partner’s own website, different events, newsletters and publications.
On social media the RED-Alert project has published 79 (combined) posts with an average reach of 4,676 weekly, and 220 followers in all social media platforms.
Read the full deliverable here: D8.4 Dissemination Report Update_FINAL