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SAVE THE DATE: THURSDAY 19 MAY                     

Platform for Countering Disinformation

Workshop organised by the University of Warsaw in cooperation with the Warsaw School of Economics,

19 May 2022, al. Niepodległości 128, Building C, Room 1B.

Teachers and students from universities across Poland will gather physically and virtually to discuss the challenges of international disinformation and how to counter it.

Register at the link below to get access to the online broadcast:

 Part I (10.00-11.30) Disinformation as a phenomenon in international politics and social relations. Countermeasures and media education

10.00-10.05 – Opening: Prof. Robert Kupiecki, University of Warsaw

10.05-10.15 – Introductory remarks: Prof. Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, Vice Rector for Science,    Warsaw School of Economics

10.15-10.30 – Recorded message: Nobel Prize Laureate Dmitry Muratov, Novaya Gazeta

10.30-11.30 – Panel discussion: Dr Petr Luňák, Deputy Head of Engagements Section, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO HQ; Dr Martyna Bildziukiewicz, Head of East StratCom, European Union; Juliane von Reppert-Bismarck, Founder & CEO, Lie DetectorsOnno Hansen-Staszyński, Member of the Commission Expert group on Tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy, DROG  – Building resilience: perspectives from the EU, NATO, and Member States; led by Amb. Tomasz Chłoń

Coffee break – 11.30-12.00

Part II (12.00-13.30) – Digital tools for countering disinformation

12.00-13.00 – Panel discussion: Mikołaj Rogalewicz,; Bram Alkema, Programme Director, DROG – Artificial intelligence: the sword and shield in disinformation; led by Dr Jan Misiuna, Warsaw School of Economics

13.00-13.15 –  Presentation of findings for an academic textbook on disinformation; Amb. T.Chłoń

13.20-13.30 – Summary and conclusion: Prof. R. Kupiecki