In January 2022, the PERCEPTIONS web platform, directed both at policymakers and first-line practitioners working with migrants, was launched. The platform provides these target groups with key outputs of the PERCEPTIONS project in the form of knowledge articles summarizing main project findings, policy briefs including policy recommendations, tools such as the PERCEPTIONS Handbook and creative materials, as well as external resources which include a social media dashboard.

In the next months, this web tools will be continuously updated and modified according to the target audiences’ feedback and further content will be integrated, in particular sections on best practices, a mapping of organisations as well as experts to foster knowledge exchange, a collection of external resources and a bibliography.

Last but not least, project partners have also launched an instagram page! Take a look at the first post here


About the PERCEPTIONS Project

The PERCEPTIONS project is funded by the Horizon 2020 programme and brings together 25 partners from twelve different European regions, as well as three non-European countries.  PERCEPTIONS examines how Europe and the EU are seen by people who have immigrated there or intend to do so. It examines what perceptions of Europe exist among migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, how they are formed, whether they correspond to reality and how they influence migration decisions. We also examine how the flow of information could be distorted and whether inaccurate information could lead to a threat to the security of migrants (e.g. through dangerous border crossings) or even national security (e.g. through radicalisation).