I.O.R. – Impact of Relationship


Lead partner

Province of Rimini


Programme and call

Daphne III – Call for proposals 2012



Short description

I.O.R. is a transnational project co-financed by the Community programme Daphe III within the call 2012. InEuropa srl currently supports the lead partner in the management.



The project aims to teach young people between 10 and 17 years – involving 27 subjects from 26 different European countries – the importance of a proper use of social networks, in order to exploit the potential of the network without running the possible risks (violation of privacy, financial fraud, cyber-bullying, etc.).

To achieve this goal, the project involves the creation of an information campaign circulated through the social networks themselves, aimed at transmitting some procedures and tools of prevention. Thanks to “I.O.R.”, for the first time an awareness-raising communication campaign has been promoted, involving all the countries of the European Union at the same time. Each country will create a page on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks through which to reach the target of the project and, using their language, to pass on useful information and activate a debate on the subject.



WS0 – Project management and coordination

WS1 – Creation of tools (videos and social network pages)

WS2 – Scientific advice

WS3 – Animation of various social networks

WS4 – Analysis at national and European level of project results, including indications from young people and overview of the effects produced by the project

WS5 – Dissemination of project products and awareness through the media and public events



The main expected results of I.O.R. are:

– Creation and promotion of a promotional video on the project theme

– Creation and animation of pages on at least 9 common social networks and other national/local social networks in which young people can interact

– Production of national and European scientific reports on the use and impact of social networks

– Website, dissemination and dissemination plans, information events, etc.



The partnership is composed of 27 public and private entities from 26 different countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.



The project had a duration of 18 months (1 December 2012 – 31 May 2014)





Total Budget

The project has a total cost of € 804,398.00



643.348,00 co-financed by the EU equal to 79,98%.


Funding body

European Commission – Directorate-General for Justice