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Updated in EWS Mar 3, 2022
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This project seeks to strengthen knowledge about public perception of migrants and migration in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) through the creation of a Social Listening Observatory. For this, it is proposed to establish methodologies focused on the analysis of social media, structured and unstructured data to study trends in public perception in recent years. This analysis will allow the generation and dissemination of knowledge on the subject through reports, academic publications and blogs that will be disseminated through the organization of seminars and workshops. In the same way, the findings of the analyzes on the public perception of the local population towards migrants in the region will serve as input to design innovative interventions that seek to understand and change these perceptions.
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