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  • 1. Maria RanieriUniversity of FlorenceKO Meeting-Project’s presentationFlorence, 7th February 2013
  • 2. The AgendaThursday, 7th February 2013Free coffee & Registration 9-10First session: 10 – 12.3010-10.30 Coordinator welcome – Maria Ranieri (University of Florence)10.30-12Partners Presentation – 15 each one12-12.30Project Overview – CoordinatorLunch break 12.30-13.30Second session: 13.30 – 1813.30-15 (WS1) Mapping media populism – WS1 Leader15-16.30 (WS1) Working Session – Mapping Media populism16.30-18(WS0) Financial and reporting issue – Financial Manager2
  • 3. The AgendaFriday, 8th February 2013First session: 9.00 – 12.309-10 (WS2) Analysing media populism – WS2 LeaderCoffee break 10-10.3010.30-12.30 (WS2) Working session – Analysing media populismLunch break 12.30-13.30Second session: 13.30 – 1813.30-16Dissemination – WS5 Leader16-16.30(WS3) Media education (foreword) – WS3 Leader16.30-17(WS4) Teachers training – WS4 Leader17-18 Meeting conclusion - Coordinator3
  • 4. The ContextOver the last years, populism and racism haveknown a new era of growth in Europe rekindlingtraditional forms of discrimination through newmeans such as new media platforms and socialnetworking sites. Race, gender, disabilities andsexual orientation have been used as a basis todiscriminate or marginalise the other, and mediahave been used as sounding board4
  • 5. The ObjectiveThe main purpose of the project is to contrast newpopulism and racism transmitted through digitalmedia and social networks by promoting youngpeople awareness towards violent media contentsand empowering them through civic engagement(or also e-engagement) and media/digital literacy.5
  • 6. The Target GroupResearch community, politicians, stakeholders,movements, young people, teachers andeducators6
  • 7. Expected ResultsThe main project results will be:- Reports on populist organisations in Europe and discrimination, including 2case studies and interviews- Reports on European populist organisations’ strategies of using new mediafor discrimination- Implementation of the project web portal- Development and testing of training materials for students- Development and testing of training materials for teachers- Implementation of a virtual learning environment for teachers’ training- Implementation of a web portal to support young people action againstviolence and discrimination7
  • 8. Project Activities8
  • 9. 9WS0 Management and coordination Jan 2013 – Dec 2014WS1 Mapping populism in Europe Jan 2013 – Oct 2013WS1.1: Literature review Jan 2013 – Apr 2013WS1.2: Case studies analysis Apr 2013 – Jul 2013WS2: Analysing populist communicative strategies Apr2013 – Mar2014WS2.1: Literature review Apr2013 – Jul 2013WS2.2: Case studies analysis Jul2013 – Nov2013WSs
  • 10. 10WS3 e-Engagement for participation Oct2013 – Nov2014WS3.1: Development Learning Modules Oct2013 – Dec2013WS3.3: Testing and evaluation Mar2014 – Jun2014WS4: Teachers training about media literacy and racism Jan2014 – Dec2014WS4.1: Development of training modules Jan 2014 – Apr 2014WS4.3: Delivery and evaluation May2014 – Oct2014WS4.5: One book chapter Oct 2014 – Dec 2014WS5: Dissemination Jan2013 – Dec2014WSs
  • 11. Work Stream 0Management and coordination11
  • 12. WS 0: Management and coordinationActivities to be Carried Out• Partners meeting• Project monitoring• Overall scientific assessment and quality assurance• Internal and external communication• Production of project reports12Project management and scientific coordination• Overall financial management of the Project (Co-ordinator)• National financial management (Each partner)• Financial monitoring and reporting• Relation with the CommissionFinancial management
  • 13. 13• Grant Agreement• Project Management Guide• Financial Report Guidelines• Reporting and Financial Guidelines• Internal Quality Manual• Communication tools (web site, virtual conferences...)WS 0: Management and coordinationTools to be used
  • 14. WS0: Management and coordinationDue ResultsProduction of:• Quality Plan• 6 Months Periodic Progress Reports (including DisseminationReports)• Final Report• Intermediate Financial Report (Year 1)• Final Financial Report (Year 2)• Mid-term project review meeting14
  • 15. WS 0: Management and coordinationDeadlines• Every six months (Jun 2013, Dec 2013, Jun 2014, Oct 2014):production of Progress Reports• End of the Project (Dec 2014): Final Report• Months 6 and Month 18: Interim Financial Report• Month 12 and Month 25: Financial Report• Month 12: Project review (according to EC scheduling)15
  • 16. Work Stream 1Mapping populism in Europe16
  • 17. WS1: Mapping populism in EuropeArticulation in Sub WS• WS1.1: Literature review on populism and discrimination inEurope• WS1.2: Analysis of two case studies (at least 2), including 10interviews to leaders of populist and victims’ organisations17
  • 18. 18Work Stream 1.1Literature review
  • 19. 19WS1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS1.1: Literature reviewActivities to be Carried Out• Doing the state of art of populism in Europewith a specific focus on discrimination andcommunication strategies
  • 20. 20WS1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS1.1: Literature reviewTools to be Used- International journals included in the SocialSciences Citation Index accessed throughWeb of Science or Scopus- National journals and books- Grey literature, report
  • 21. WS1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS1.1: Literature reviewExpected Results• Production of 7 national reports (20 pp. each)• Upload on the project web portal of thenational reports21
  • 22. WS1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS1.1: Literature reviewDeadline• 30th April 2013:All the partners Production of 7 national reports (20 pp. each) Upload on the project web portal of the national reports22
  • 23. 23Work Stream 1.2Case studies analysis
  • 24. 24WS 1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS 1.2: Case studies analysisActivities to be Carried OutIdentification of at least two populist and two victims’organisations on the national levelOrganisation of one to one interviews and collection of20 interviews (10 with populist organisations’ membersand 10 with victims)Production of 2 case studiesProduction of a synthesis reportProduction of one book chapter
  • 25. 25WS 1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS 1.2: Case studies analysisTools to be Used• WS1.2.1 Populist organisations form• WS1.2.2 Victims organisations form• WP1.2.3 Populist organisations Interview Form• WP1.2.4 Victims organisations Interview Form• WP1.2.5 Guidelines for the production of the casestudies• WP1.2.6 Case studies Report Form
  • 26. 26WS 1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS 1.2: Case studies analysisExpected ResultsCollection of 20 interviewsProduction of two case studiesSynthesis reportOne book chapter
  • 27. 27WS 1: Mapping populism in EuropeWS 1.2: Case studies analysisDeadline30th July 2013:All partnersCollection of 20 interviews and production of two case studies for each partners30th October 2013:WS leaderProduction of a synthesis report on the interviews30th December 2014:WS leaderProduction of a one book chapter
  • 28. Work Stream 2Analysing populistcommunication strategies28
  • 29. WS2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesArticulation in Sub WS• WS 2.1: Literature review on populism and communicationstrategies with a particular focus on the web and social media• WS 2.2: Analysis of two case studies on how populistorganisations’ media practices and strategies29
  • 30. 30Work Stream 2.1Literature review
  • 31. 31WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.1: Literature reviewActivities to be Carried Out• Doing the state of art of populism and themedia in Europe with a specific focus onhow populist organisations use the media,particularly the social media, for propagandaand discrimination
  • 32. 32WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.1: Literature reviewTools to be Used- International journals included in the SocialSciences Citation Index accessed throughWeb of Science or Scopus- National journals and books- Grey literature, report
  • 33. WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.1: Literature reviewExpected Results• Production of 7 national reports (20 pp. each)• Upload on the project web portal of thenational reports33
  • 34. WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.1: Literature reviewDeadlines• 30th May 2013:All the partners Production of 7 national reports (20 pp. each) Upload on the project web portal of the national reports• 30th October 2013:WS leader Synthesis of the national reports34
  • 35. 35Work Stream 2.2Case studies analysis
  • 36. 36WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.2: Case studies analysisActivities to be Carried OutProduction of 2 case studiesProduction of a synthesis reportProduction of one book chapter
  • 37. 37WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.2: Case studies analysisTools to be Used• WP2.2.1 Guidelines for the production of the casestudies• WP2.2.2 Case studies Report Form
  • 38. 38WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.2: Case studies analysisExpected ResultsProduction of two case studies for each partnerSynthesis reportOne book chapter
  • 39. 39WS 2: Analysing populist organisations strategiesWS 2.2: Case studies analysisDeadline30th June 2013:WS leaderProduction of methodological guidelines30th September 2013*:All partnersProduction of two case studies design (2 pp.)30th December 2013*:All partnersProduction of two case studies30th April 2014*:WS leaderProduction of a synthesis report30th December 2014:WS leaderProduction of a one book chapter* Changed dates
  • 40. Work Stream 3e-Engagement for participation40
  • 41. WS 3: e-Engagement for participationActions to be Carried Out• Development of five media education modules (10 units for eachmodule for a total of 50 units) on deconstructing populismmessages through the media and on new media literacies inparticipatory culture• Translation of the modules in each national languages andschools/informal organisations involvement• Testing of the learning modules with at least 50 children for eachcountry• Production of national report and of a synthesis report• Production of one book chapter41
  • 42. 42WS 3: e-Engagement for participationTools to be UsedWS3.1 School/informal organisation formWS3.2 Guidelines for testing the learning modules
  • 43. WS 3: e-Engagement for participationExpected Results• Production of 5 learning modules (tot. 50 unit)in each partners language• Testing of the learning modules with at least50 children• A synthesis report• One book chapter43
  • 44. WS 3: e-Engagement for participationDeadline• 30th December 2013:WS leader– Development of 5 learning modules (10 unit each)• 30th June 2014:All the partners– Testing and evaluation of the learning modules• 30th December 2014:WS leader– One book chapter44
  • 45. Work Stream 4Teachers and educators trainingabout media literacy andracism/populism45
  • 46. WS 4: Teachers and educators trainingabout media literacy and racism/populismActions to be Carried Out• Development of five training modules (10 units for each modulefor a total of 50 units) on populism, racism and media educationaddressed to teachers and educators, and involvement of 5teachers from each country for co-design• Implementation of a learning platform and delivery of training to150 teachers from Europe• Implementation of an european web portal on populism, racismand media education involving both adults and children• Production of national report and of a synthesis report• Production of one book chapter46
  • 47. 47WS 4: Teachers and educators trainingabout media literacy and racism/populismTools to be UsedWS3.1 Pilot teachers involvement formWS3.2 Teachers involvement form
  • 48. WS 4: Teachers and educators trainingabout media literacy and racism/populismExpected Results• Production of 5 learning modules (tot. 50 unit) intwo languages (English and French)• Implementation of a VLE• Delivery of the training modules involving 150teachers from Europe• Creation of an European web portal againstracism involving adults and children• A synthesis report• One book chapter48
  • 49. WS 4: Teachers and educators trainingabout media literacy and racism/populismDeadline• 30th April 2014:WS leader– Development of 5 learning modules (10 unit each) andimplementation of a VLE• 30th October 2014:All the partners– Delivery and testing of the 5 learning modules• 30th December 2014:WS leader– Design and implementation of a european web portal• 30th December 2014:WS leader– One book chapter49
  • 50. Work Stream 5Dissemination50
  • 51. WS 5: DisseminationActions to be Carried Out• To promote and disseminate the project results51
  • 52. WP 5: Development of Educational Packages 2/4Expected Results• Web site of the project• 7 national press conference• News about the project on e-magazine etc. (1 each 2months)• 800 brochures x each country• 6 academic papers• Fans web page on Facebook and Twitter• 1 final European conference52
  • 53. 53WS 5: DisseminationTools to be Used• Project web portal, Facebook and Twitter
  • 54. WS 5: DisseminationDeadline• 30th March 2013:WS leader– Creation of project web portal• 30th December 2014:Media animation– European final conference• From 1st January 2013 to 30th December 2014:All partners– Publication of news about the project54
  • 55. Thank you!