After a relatively quiet August, September brings back in full force the disinformation wave. Manifested in protests, small and spread around countries, the effects of disinformation are felt eveywhere around and are more and more political, in the dawn of a very complicated cold season with elections.
From the beginning of April, DCN has formed two teams, one in Romania and one in Greece with the purpose of monitoring and analysing the spread of disinformation and transforming them into regular reports. Now, at almost six months after we began, we take a look at how disinformation has evolved, what shapes it took in both countries and what we can expect. An honest discussion with the team members about the present and future of disinformation in Romania and Greece.
Date: Tuesday September 22, 2020 at 10:00 am EDT | 5:00 PM EEST
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Diana Filimon│DCN Romania Community Leader| Forum Apulum President
Nikos Panagiotou | Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Erasmia Tsipou | Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Ciprian Cucu | Forum Apulum | December 1st 1918 Alba Iulia University
This event is co-organized by Digital Communication Network SouthEast Europe Hub (DCN SEE) and World Learning and is part of DCNSEE’s Ideas in Action – Digital Engagement, a series of virtual events launched in the context of the COVID-19 crisis. DCNSEE is supported by the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Citizen Exchanges.
This global event was designed and arranged with support from the South-Central Asia Alumni Network of the State Department exchange program Professional Fellows, implemented by World Learning.
DCN SOUTHEAST EUROPE HUB is a consortium of Aristotle University, Digital Communication Network, nonprofits, public and private organizations and companies involved in the fields of digital communication, social impact campaigns, technology, and innovation. It is a unique, interdisciplinary coalition tapping into the best talent and resources across Europe.