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MIRROR Project

Migration-Related Risks Caused by Misconceptions of Opportunities and Requirement

The MIRROR project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation action program under grant agreement № 832921.

About

Migration-Related Risks caused by misconceptions of Opportunities and Requirement

The aim of the project is to develop an integrated platform, a set of tools, as well as a systematic methodology for the comprehensive inter-media analysis of the perception of Europe, the detection of discrepancies between perception of and reality in Europe, and the creation of awareness for the impact of such misconceptions and resulting threats.

The multidisciplinary consortium consists of fourteen partners from seven countries from research and industry, as well as practitioners. The consortium will cooperate to gain a better understanding of how Europe is perceived abroad and the mechanisms involved in the process. The MIRROR Project was launched in June 2019 and has a time period of three years.

Work Plan

MIRROR is a research project that aims to generate a greater understanding of how people (from outside the European Union) perceive Europe as a destination for migration. The results of the project will form the basis for policy recommendations and the development of the MIRROR platform and toolset for effective cross-media perception analysis.

The MIRROR project is broken down into work packages to structure work to be done during the runtime and to enable multiple teams to simultaneously work on different components in the project.

It is divided into 12 Work Packages that contain a group of related tasks.

Work Packages:

ID.

Name

Leader

WP1

Project Management & Coordination

LUH

WP2

Demand Analysis & Forecasting for Border control Units and Policy makers

LUH

WP3

Legal Compliance, Societal Acceptance & Ethical Framework

RUG

WP4

Text Analysis Methods for Social & Traditional Media

SAIL

WP5

Multimedia Analysis Methods for Social & Traditional Media

CERTH

WP6

Methods for Cross-Media Network Analysis

LUH

WP7

MIRROR Architecture & Information Model

EURIX

WP8

Analysis & Field Studies for EU Perception and Media Impact

UNIVIE

WP9

Threat Analysis & Actionable Insights

UM

WP10

Pilots, Evaluation & Validation

UM

WP11

Dissemination, Communication & Exploitation

SAIL LABS

WP12

Ethics requirements

LUH

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