This eighth work package sets the conditions, accomplishes the dissemination of the project, and prepares all activities necessary to its exploitation. The final goal is that the results and all activities related to the project are widely known at international level and that the highest possible visibility is gained in the common educational arena. In addition, dissemination may have high value for the involvement of external stakeholders.
The strong partnership of universities ensures the high visibility of the project and the related dissemination of results. The dissemination activities will be carried out through the development of the ERAMCA website, the use of brochures, the preparation of scientific papers and the participation to conferences and events.
Social media (e.g., LinkedIn, Twitter) will be also used for dissemination and to announce for most relevant activities.
In addition, the preparation of an Exploitation Plan is foreseen in this Work Package. The aim is that project results will be available to different users after the end of the project. Especially, the exploitation plan will focus on increasing relations with industrial stakeholders that could hire high talented and skilled attendees of the Master in Environmental risk assessment and mitigation on Cultural Heritage assets in Central Asia.
A second line of the exploitation strategy is to promote the role of participating Universities as references for Cultural Heritage environmental risk assessment and mitigation. This role should include not only technical expertise but also a cultural vision that could stimulate society and engage citizens.
UNESCO Office in Tashkent and Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan will diffuse their experience in ERAMCA project inside their agencies and depending bodies.