RadoNorm published 2 new reports (D6.5 and D8.7), which were recently accepted by the European Commission. D6.5 is part of the radon communication study lead by health communication department at University of Antwerp, Belgium and psychology department at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and conducted in many EU MS by consortium partners. The document reports findings from empirical studies to identify change agents and communication effect in different approaches to behaviour change (testing dwellings and mitigation of dwellings if needed). D8.7 is the project’s Data Management Plan. These reports can be found here.