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Panel discussion: Lies and consequences: Current trends in understanding disinformation in Eastern Partnership and Western Balkans
We are delighted to announce about our panel discussion on “Lies and consequences: Current trends in understanding disinformation in Eastern Partnership and Western Balkans” on November 23rd, from 19:30 CET. The discussion will be featuring WEASA alumni members: Maria Avdeeva, Research Director at the European Expert Association (Ukraine) Elmas Hasanović, Expert in cyber security and […]More
Attention WEASA Alumni members from 2020 and 2021 – Apply for a special study tour to Poland December 6-11 to attend the Internet Governance Forum in Katowice and help us build our alumni activities! What We are delighted to announce a special study tour to Poland for 15 WEASA alumni members (from the 2020 & 2021 editions) to Katowice during the 16th Annual Internet […]More
The final bold accord of WEASA 2021 was devoted to the investigative journalism and it was presented by one of the bravest investigative journalists in the region Anna Babinets who is the editor-in-Chief of co-founder and editor-in-chief of the independent investigative agency Slidstvo.Info, and also works at OCCRP (Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project). She shined […]More