The report has found evidence of formally organized social media manipulation campaigns in 48 countries, up from 28 countries last year, among many other findings.Read More
A new resource published by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) – "A short guide to the history of ‘fake news’ and disinformation" – plots the current crisis on an international timeline, highlighting historic moments stretching from Cleopatra to Cambridge Analytica.Read More
The 5th World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) is currently soliciting academic paper abstracts related to the wider issue of journalism education, to be presented as refereed research papers at the forthcoming Paris conference (http://www.wjec.paris/).Read More
An extensive research aimed at assessing national vulnerabilities and preparedness to adequately react to foreign-led disinformation in Central and Eastern Europe.Read More
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The study straightforwardly recommends “to equip REM [Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media] with the power to issue financial sanctions” as well as to adopt a by-law how it uses its sanctioning powers that would gradually escalate sanctions in order to step up deterrence.
The Republic of Moldova is the most exposed and the most vulnerable country to Russian propaganda in Central and Eastern Europe, according to the results of a new international study.
An extensive research aimed at assessing national vulnerabilities and preparedness to adequately react to foreign-led disinformation in Central and Eastern Europe.
The report has found evidence of formally organized social media manipulation campaigns in 48 countries, up from 28 countries last year, among many other findings.
The European Commission proposes to create the first ever Digital Europe programme and invest €9.2 billion to align the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027 with increasing digital challenges. The proposal includes work on digital skills.
What is the right to be forgotten and how it impacts journalists covering issues of public interest?
The conference “Media Literacy and Education Needs of Journalists and the Public” was organized within the regional project “South-East European Partnership for Media Development“ on March 28-29, 2017 in Skopje.
In order to engage various stakeholders in a dialogue about further policy and strategy development of Media and Information Literacy (MIL), the Albanian Media Institute (AMI), in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Sport, organized national consultations on MIL in Tirana on 21 February 2017.
SOURCE: Balkan Insight
SOURCE: Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF)
SOURCE: The New York Times
SOURCE: Ethical Journalism Network
SOURCE: BBC Ideas (Beta)