ITU is the coordinating partner in this consortium. Due to its interdisciplinary nature ITU will act as a connection between the quantitative, qualitative and design parts of the research. ITU will provide intellectual leadership through experienced researchers, research managers, and research coordinators and support staff experienced with EU projects.
CIID will lead WP6 and provide co-design competencies to the project, involving internal and external stakeholders in participatory workshops to facilitate knowledge exchange. CIID will be instrumental in the translation of empirical and theoretical frameworks into practical designs and tools for use by developer communities.
UU will lead WP3 – the major empirical research work package, and coordinate all the tasks involving collection and storage of digital information, providing a unified reference point to all other members. In addition, UU will be responsible for the network analysis tasks and involved in the collaborative analysis tasks together with all the other partners.
POLITO will lead the WP5 on “Law & Policy” and spearhead the development of the new Privacy, Ethical and Social Impact Assessment framework. In addition, POLITO will lead the work package of the dissemination activities and exploitation of the project results, leveraging the experience of the Nexa Center for Internet and Society.
LSE will take a significant role in the project, being involved in many work packages and leading WP2, the domain mapping. The expertise of the Department and the lead researcher in discourse analysis, governance and ethics and policy research will be drawn upon in the domain mapping, social network analysis, case study, modelling and co-design activities.
ORG is a civil society organization based in London. ORG will leverage its expertise and advocacy on Open Data, Technology Policy, Privacy and Transparency, and Internet Governance deploying a public interest approach and also contacts with other groups. It will further work closely with POLITO on the analysis of policies.