Questions remain over the effectiveness of two key responses to online disinformation, fact-checking and debunking. Join the authors of our upcoming report to look at who is doing what, and how efforts might be evaluated. Speakers: Anneli Kimber-Lindwall (Lead Researcher), James Pamment (Lund University) and Mark Peebles (Chief Public Affairs, Task Force Latvia)
This webinar will explore a couple of these areas - economic and technology. This webinar will take a longer term perspective to these areas to provide a broader understanding and context. We will discuss how China uses economics and technology with a Strategic Communications focus.
For this event we have invited a panel of experts to discuss the security implications arising from the commercial trade of data with a focus on data brokers as the nexus of the data industry. Data brokers are companies that collect, aggregate and trade data. While poorly regulated and with little to no transparency, they control incomprehensible amounts of information about every aspect of our lives.
We kindly invite you to an online conversation "How Simulation Tech 2.0 Improves Crisis Response Capability" with Mr Gerry McCusker. The event will be livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube.
Modern, participative media has rendered the old rules of crisis management obsolete: Playing this new game with old skills often produces disastrous results. Many Australian corporates and government bodies are now using interactive online simulators to test and rehearse for crises - with fully online delivery circumventing the 'Work From Home' mandatories of COVID.
We kindly invite you to an online conversation "Current Communication Challenges" with Ms Inge Wallage. Together with the participants, Inge Wallage will address lessons learned from pre COVID-19 communications and will add the dynamics of our current situation of working/living in a pandemic world. She will look ahead - and address the importance of the SDGs - and invite the participants to do so with her. The event will be livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube.
We invite you to an online webinar "Russia’s Strategic Exercises: messages and implications" on 1 July 16:00 EEST (GMT+3) that will be streamed live on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Join the discussion in comments of the event.
We invite you to join the discussion in comments of the event.We invite you to an online webinar "Disinformation: the view from the EU" on 17 June 16:30 EEST (GMT+3) that will be streamed live on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
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