Research outcomes

WP1 – Historical, Comparative Analysis

D1.1-Historical and political development of populism in Europe

D1.2-Report on the state of modern day populism in Europe

D1.3-Typology of populism movements

D1.4-Infographics

D1.5-Report containing tools (infographics and typology)

WP2 – Simulation

D2.1-An online catalogue of relevant data sources

D2.2-First set of simulation scenarios

D2.3-Final version of all simulation

D2.4-Comparative findings and assessment of risk factors

D2.5-Lessons learned from simulation analysis

WP3 – Narratives Analysis and ICT Tools

D3.1-Definitions and operationalisations of populism

D3.2-Tool to identify populist narratives

D3.3-Results of online experiments

WP4 – Causal, Policy and Futures Analysis

D4.1-Causal mechanisms of populism

D4.2-Theoretical model of causes of populism

D4.3-Populism and opinion dynamics

D4.4-Policy recommendations

D4.5-Scenarios and desired futures

D4.6-Scenarios construction methodology

WP5 – Dissemination and Engagement

D5.3-Lessons learned from lab events

Messina Democracy Lab report

D5.4-A report with recommendations for new forms of public participation

D5.5-Dissemination of project output

D5.6-Synthesis report outlining the key findings from Democracy labs

D5.7-A two-day Democracy event

D5.8-Future and foresight programme for schools

D5.9-A final conference and gathering of youth representatives

D5.10-Final report on dissemination

WP6 – Ethics Requirements and Compliance Assurance

D6.1-PaCE Ethics Handbook

D6.2-PaCE ethics (period-1)

D6.3-PaCE ethics (period-2)

D6.4-ELSI guidance on ICT tools design

D6.5-ELSI guidance on public engagement

D6.6-ELSI guidance in policy recommendations

WP7 – Project Management

D7.3-Interim report