Our aim is to maximise the lasting impact of the LIAISON project. Since the beginning, we are reaching-out to engage potential end-users and other relevant stakeholders.
To prepare the results, we will integrate the findings from all empirical work and provide space for related consultations. The integration will be structured on the basis of the precise needs of those involved in enabling co-creation for innovation and those developing the concepts and realizing their projects.
We pay particular attention to the design, planning and management of success factors or potential failure. Moreover, we are interested in the design of regulatory and administrative frameworks. We will take into account the spatial, structural, social, cultural and economic diversity across the EU as well. They will all enrich the presentation of findings, which will be presented in formats ready for immediate application, transfer and dissemination.
Our aim is to maximise the lasting impact of the LIAISON project. Since the beginning, we are reaching-out to engage potential end-users and other relevant stakeholders. We focus on a fully and effectively disseminating and exploiting the results of the project, including feeding into policy-making processes at the European and on national levels. Particular attention will be paid to ensuring the coherent and consistent interpretation and implementation of results at all relevant policy-making and administrative levels.
We translate the results of LIAISON into practitioners’ language, and based on this, we will translate key output into the major European languages apart from English. These are French, Spanish, Polish, and German.