Refusing to be silent, women are leading research, campaigns and new strategies to stop trolls and create safer online spaces.
A new report published by the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) details how media outlets, human rights groups, NGOs, and other politically vulnerable organizations face significant cybersecurity threats—often at the hands of powerful governments—but have limited resources to protect themselves.
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.
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/).
What is the right to be forgotten and how it impacts journalists covering issues of public interest?
"Words Matter: A Glossary for Journalism in Cyprus" is a handy guide to troublesome words and phrases routinely used by Cypriot media that exposes how casual and thoughtless use of language contributes to hidden bias in the newsrooms on both sides of one of the world’s most enduring and bitter conflicts.
The primary role of the Editorial Board Members is to encourage manuscript submissions, suggest special issues and promote the Journal at academic and professional conferences around the world.
The SELMA "Hacking Hate" hackathon calls upon young people (15 to 18 years old) from across Europe to team up with each other, involving at least one adult (a teacher, youth worker, parent or other carer). Applicants need to put forward an innovative idea to prevent or remediate online hate speech.