Information war and the new geopolitical reality
Recruitment for #WEASA2022 is now closed! The amount of interest was enormous. Thank you to all who applied for this year’s edition. Our selection committee is working diligently to finalize the list of candidates for this year’s edition. Stay tuned!
This summer, July 10-18 2022, Warsaw, WEASA2022!
During 2022 edition of WEASA we will discuss two broad themes: 1) the information war which was taking place before, during and will take place after the physical war; and 2) the new geopolitical reality in which we now find itself as a result of the war. Find out more below.
Digital Affairs for the foreseeable future
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Good news! We are sharing with you the preliminary agenda for #WEASA2022. Slight changes still may occur, which will be communicated with you especially with the full list of speakers and short descriptions of each session. Here is the WEASA 2022 General Program Warm regards, WEASA TeamMore
Dear Alumni, We are excited to announce this year during #WEASA2022 we have some very special opportunities for alumni to get involved presented below! * Become a WEASA 2022 Alumni Group Facilitator! What does a group facilitator do? This year, like last year, we will engage our alumni even more during the WEASA edition. We […]More
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