Venue: Radisson Collection Hotel, Grand Place Brussels (47 Rue du Fossé-aux-Loups, B-1000 Brussels)
Dates: 13-14 June 2022
Registrations are now closed
On 13 and 14 June the European Digital Media Observatory will hold its 2022 Annual Conference in Brussels. Reaching its second year of activities, this conference will be the opportunity to explore what the Observatory is doing and has done so far to better understand, detect, and tackle disinformation including in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and of the current conflict in Ukraine.
During the one-and-a-half-day conference, key experts and stakeholders will contribute to explore a wide range of topics including disinformation around the Ukraine conflict and how to tackle it, the relation between neuroscience and disinformation, national and multinational efforts to strengthen media and information literacy, developments ahead of the revised Code of Practice on Disinformation and on access to data for research purposes.
Bringing together European and international media and policy practitioners, academics, fact-checkers, regulators, and members of civil society organizations, the event will also offer opportunities for networking activities and informal meetings.
See below the presentations of the speakers.
Tue 14 June 2022, 14:00 to 18:00 CEST
EDMO Annual Training Event: Dealing with and verifying digital content – theory and practice
On the last day of the EDMO Annual Conference 2022, we will host a training session, focusing on real-life examples, tips, and insightful discussions on dealing with and verifying digital content.
The training event requires a separate registration. Registration is now open! Please register here.
For more information on the agenda and speakers click here.